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Jig Making Nirvana!
Cabinetmakers know that jigs are a HUGE time saver are are flat out the best way of reproducing perfect work... every time. Unfortunately, shelf jigs made of wood just don't cut it because no matter how careful you are, the holes get reamed out and accuracy is lost.
Easy to Use
If you have a 3/8" bit, a drill press, and some scrap wood, you have all the components needed to make a perfect drill jig in virtually any configuration or spacing. Just bore 3/8" holes in the wood, and hammer them in. Yeah... that's really all there is to it.
Ribbed Design for Good Grip
Each bushing has linear grooves milled into it, giving it plenty of "bite" into the wood to keep it right where you put it. No need to mess with any glue here.
Easy to Use
Take a good look and you'll notice that these bushings have a slight taper on one end. This makes it easy to start in the wood for a super easy installation.
Made With Precision
Each hardened bushing is milled with perfect tolerance for use with 1/4" drill bit. And because they're a .664" long, you can rest assured that your holes will always be perfectly perpendicular to the work.
Pack of 10
Yep, that's right. You get TEN bushings in all! Enough to make a 20" jig (assuming 2" spacing)
- What thickness wood should I use?
We recommend using 3/4" thick material.
- Is it necessary to glue them in?
Nope. As long as you drilled an accurate 3/8" hole, friction is all you really need.