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Old 06-08-2013, 12:29 AM
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What do you guys use? My jasper jig only goes up to 18 and something and I need at least 18.5 with the rubber gasket. Do you drill a hole in the jig? I think I will be ok doing that. I know I can make a jig out of 1/4 or something but don't have a lot of access to tools where I'm at right now so trying to avoid it.


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What do you guys use? My jasper jig only goes up to 18 and something and I need at least 18.5 with the rubber gasket. Do you drill a hole in the jig? I think I will be ok doing that. I know I can make a jig out of 1/4 or something but don't have a lot of access to tools where I'm at right now so trying to avoid it.


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i would just drill a hole in the jig.
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I had to measure and drill my own hole in the jasper jig to countersink my 18's if you take your time and do it right it will work out perfect.
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I did what the others did aswell back when I had a plastic jasper jig and worked great if you do it right.
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Thanks a bunch guys, I know I can go slow and not crack it, when you pull it around all the pressure is on the router blade not the jig anyways, thanks

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Use a good bit and you'll be fine.
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Jaspers are gay. I always make my own. Takes maybe 5 mins and if you need a new hole just drill one. If you drop it its nbd cause you can just make a new one.

The TM ones are damn nice though.

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Jaspers are gay. I always make my own. Takes maybe 5 mins and if you need a new hole just drill one. If you drop it its nbd cause you can just make a new one.

The TM ones are damn nice though.

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Thanks for reading the post. I already have a jasper jig. Ill just drill a hole in it. Why are they gay? I can cut a hole any size from an inch to over 18. I don't have to make a new jig every time I have to cut a hole. I can freehand a perfect circle but I got a plunge router and a jig to countersink and round over. I have limited tools here, I have a shed packed with tools so full I cant work in it and I have to work in the yard. I don't have scrap laying around to make a jig simply cause I have no storage for it or that would have been what I would have done. When I started making boxes 15 years ago we didn't have cool shit we do now and I had to do holes with a compass and a jig saw. I just wanted to see if others have drilled their jasper jigs.

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