Hans-Arne Hanssen

Hans-Arne Hanssen

Hans-Arne Hanssen
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With the router running, now feed the square section into the infeed hole and rotate it against the cutter to start forming the dowel

This is probably the simplest and quickest router jig you will ever make, but it is a certainly very effective way of making your own dowels. You won't need much in the way of materials to make it, though the router does have to be mounted under a

Now bolt this block to the middle of the support strip, having first drilled a central opening to allow some leeway when you are setting it up on the table

This is probably the simplest and quickest router jig you will ever make, but it is a certainly very effective way of making your own dowels. You won't need much in the way of materials to make it, though the router does have to be mounted under a

Next drill a hole through the face of the block of a diameter to match that of the cutter you are going to use to form the dowel

This is probably the simplest and quickest router jig you will ever make, but it is a certainly very effective way of making your own dowels. You won't need much in the way of materials to make it, though the router does have to be mounted under a

Sawtooth or forstner bits will leave a clean and accurate hole

This is probably the simplest and quickest router jig you will ever make, but it is a certainly very effective way of making your own dowels. You won't need much in the way of materials to make it, though the router does have to be mounted under a

The important thing is that these two holes are concentric and they meet in the middle of the block. Use a drill press, drilling the larger diameter first and then following on with the smaller one

This is probably the simplest and quickest router jig you will ever make, but it is a certainly very effective way of making your own dowels. You won't need much in the way of materials to make it, though the router does have to be mounted under a