Multi slot mortising machine

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Alan in Little Washington

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It is a poor man's Multi-router. A number of folks have made much nicer ones, but I doubt any as inexpensively as this one which uses drawer slides instead of the more expensive linear bearings. In some of the pics he is using a spiral cutting bit, in others it looks like he is using and metal working end mill.
 

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Jeremy
It is a poor man's Multi-router. A number of folks have made much nicer ones, but I doubt any as inexpensively as this one which uses drawer slides instead of the more expensive linear bearings. In some of the pics he is using a spiral cutting bit, in others it looks like he is using and metal working end mill.
Bingo. Alan said it best.

Thanks for the link ... always interested to see how well people execute this clone. I've seen a couple and they are all so much more than I could pull off accurately, I believe. I'm impressed with the line of about a dozen true tenons ... I'll have to try that on mine.
 

WoodWrangler

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Jeremy
I've seen this guys site before .... just not this jig. In fact, I think someone out here published it recently with a tablesaw jig he has. He is a "smart feller" ... some VERY COOL jigs and ideas. I am really digging the tablesaw tenon jig ...
 
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