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Sliding Doweling Jig
My doweling jig is simply a block of maple scrap with steel bushings super-glued and pressed into it. I took a great deal of care in aligning the holes with a fence and stop blocks with my drill press so everything was as precise as possible.
It is used with auxiliary fences that I make with any piece of wood. All that is necessary is routing a t-slot into the fence [I use the Rockler t-bolts and the bit they sell for routing slots into wood (I use this for lots of different projects and can't recommend them highly enough)].
[I know I've said it before but I'm gonna say it again: I will try to update this page with some additional pics and information since making my first doweling jig. I've made more, using various methods. They work incredibly well and in head to head testing with very, very expensive doweling jigs, my design works better.]
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