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Default Need to find a jig for my cheap router

I have owned this thing for 2 years now or so. I have yet to use it, but now i need to. I have never used a jog before for cutting cirlces but now i need to also... anyone know of a jig that will work? Do all jigs work?


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Skil 1810 1-3/4 HP Fixed-Base Router


Skil 1810 Router Features:
  • Micro-fine depth adjustment - For precise cuts
  • Soft-grip handles - Added Comfort and control
  • Collet Lock - Eaiser bit changes
  • Wide base opening - Better visibility
  • 100% ball bearing construction - Added durability
  • Large depth scale - Ease to read
Skil 1810 Specifications:
  • Max. Motor HP - 1-3/4
  • Collet Capacity - 1/4"
  • Weight - 10 lbs.
  • Voltage - 120V
  • No Load RPM - 25,000
  • Cord Length - 6 feet
  • Amperage - 9
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Jasper jig works great pretty easy to use also
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Make one out of wood....Couldn't be easier and its more than likely free if you have scrap MDF or plywood at your house. Just cut a rectangle thats the width of your router and however long you want your circles to be and attach your router to it. Then turn router on and allow router bit to go through wood. Then all you have to do is take a tape measure and measure from the outside edge of router bit down the wood to the radius of the circle you plan to cut and put a nail or drill bit through it and BAM. Instant perfect circles. and the best part is the jig doesn't have to be straight or anything because as long as your measurement from bit to radius is correct, its gonna cut that size circle every time.
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Jasper jig works great pretty easy to use also
i saw those... just not exactly sure how to hook it up to router?



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Make one out of wood....Couldn't be easier and its more than likely free if you have scrap MDF or plywood at your house. Just cut a rectangle thats the width of your router and however long you want your circles to be and attach your router to it. Then turn router on and allow router bit to go through wood. Then all you have to do is take a tape measure and measure from the outside edge of router bit down the wood to the radius of the circle you plan to cut and put a nail or drill bit through it and BAM. Instant perfect circles. and the best part is the jig doesn't have to be straight or anything because as long as your measurement from bit to radius is correct, its gonna cut that size circle every time.
not a bad idea



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i saw those... just not exactly sure how to hook it up to router?
usually 3 screws. they already have multiple screw holes drileld for all different kinds of routers. it is the BEST jig out there
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i just got a jasper jig and used it for the first time and it is really simple!! comes with a diagram showing how it works and instructions and also a diagram showing you have to mount it to your router and im pretty sure is universal but id ask if it will work with your model!! only thing i dont like about it is for some reason i have to mount it upside down for now because thats where the countersink is on the jig otherwise i scratch the wood! but easy fix just gonna countersink the other side and flip it over!!
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mine mounts with 2 screws!!
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check out my random 2 pics in my user profile,.. You'll see a jig I made out of an old lexan clipboard on a pos router
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i saw that jig its what made me remember that i need one lol...

So i wonder if i can get a jasper jig at home depot....



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