IMO, this is one of the best, if not the best, out there. Initially cutting the drawer sides a bit long means that if I’m unhappy with the dovetail fit, I can take another shot at the joint before cutting the drawer sides to final length. Anyone have this problem?
I’m wondering if the router template bearing is not the correct one. Jim.
The problem lies in the alignment stop on the left hand side of the jig. I don’t even use them, instead I gauge the wood just like I would if I was to hand cut a dovetail.
A shallow backroute pass at the beginning also helps.
You can use them to get you very close the next time you need to set up the jig and router for the same joint. My next 2 tries was on some 1/2” poplar & only had minor tearout. Use the one that fits between the template fingers with minimum side play.
The tool manual explains setup and use of the jig. Welcome to the forums Ldsmith. After completing the cut, let the bit stop completely before retracting it from the template.
Then looking down under the template I can lower the bit until the edge just catches on the scribe line. This forum is for all the woodturners out there.
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Log In. As that jig can make a few different joints, when you create the new post make sure you specify exactly what joint you are trying to make and what bit you are using. Mind your pins and tails. As for material, I typically use the same species of wood for drawer fronts that predominates in the host project.
Tonight I finally got the chance to mess around with the jig. Problems with machine-made dovetails can often be traced back to poor prep work.
This sets the offset between the horizontal board and the vertical board. The problem is the manual says position the vertical board centered between the pins of the jig and then slide and lock the alignment jig against the vertical board, and you will have a stop for the horizontal board with the correct offset. How To Set Up and Use The Porter Cable Dovetail Jig - YouTube
LJ will not be held liable for the actions of any user. The scoring trick I mention above helps a little bit. I knew nothing about dovetails until recently & bagged a PC 4216 to learn on & for an upcoming project. Note that I usually dovetail the front to the sides, but use a simple dado joint to connect the sides to the back. Need a break from all the standing and wood dust? Porter-Cable 12'' (305 mm) Dovetail Jig Instruction Manual Models: 4210 4212 4216.
I would check how far the cutter is moving in on the horizontal plane first. THIS WEEKEND ONLY GET 10% OFF ONEIDA AIR SYSTEMS. Am I missing something? In any event, it does look like a compound problem. The following are examples of trademarks for one or more PORTER-CABLE power tools and accessories: a gray and black color scheme; a “four point star” design; and three contrasting/outlined longitudinal stripes.
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