Posted February 9, 2014
Having misplaced the registration pin and not find a source for another, I tried a small pop rivet. It fit to a tee. I cut the pop rivet pin to the length I wanted and drill a guide hole in the workpiece to suit. Just don't pop the rivet and voila. The base of my router is not flat surfaced either and the rim of rivet pin stops the whole thing from sliding through.
To avoid Joe M's problem, I think I'll add a 1/8" plate to the thing and just drill the mounting holes I need for my router.
Works well. Designed for use with...
Posted December 20, 2007
Works well. Designed for use with a plunge router, but I used it just fine with a fixed base router.
This jig works great,but! I installed...
Posted April 20, 2009
This jig works great,but! I installed mine on the same router shown in the photo. I followed the instructions and removed the factory installed base, then installed the Jasper jig. The problem occured when using the registration pin. The bottom of the PC router is a hollow web. When lowering the jig on the workpiece. it would push through the jig. To retirieve the pin the jasper jig had to be removed. In order for it to work I had to reinstall the factory base with the Jasper jig on top of it.