Circle Router Jig Video

This video was shot during the SAW table top build and shows the circle plunge router jig in action.  The jig itself is made of 1/4″ thick acrylic and fit specifically for the Milwaukee plunge router seen here.  The jig works by measuring the radius of the circle from the inside edge of the bit you are using and drilling a hole to send a screw into the bottom of your circle.  Then you are able to plunge into the wood and work around the circle.  This works best if you have already drawn out your diameter in pencil and band saw close to that line so you only have to remove about 1/8″ or less of material.

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    1. Matthew Mullen Post author


      Thank you for viewing the site and commenting on the article. I understand that my posts are brief but I am not trying to offer how-to’s. This is my furniture company site and the blog posts are mainly there to update clients as to the status of their pieces. I hope you can gain some insight about techniques and then follow up learning them through other how-to sites, fine is a great resource.

      Thanks for the comment and hope you like what I create in the future.


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