I'm sure this has a name, however I'm showing up blank. Anyway, it's for routing out recesses and holes or holes with recesses.
It's a concept that I have actually been mulling over for a couple of years, and the essential function is the spacer blocks that you use to size it precisely.
Likewise a challenging method for locking the rails together took a fair little bit of reflection, but works astonishingly well. It is a bit difficult to make, offered the small size of the parts.
After you have it sized, it can be clamped down or use double sided tape if clamps will not reach. Or hot melt glue, if you don't have any tape.
The spacer obstructs can be taped down too, if you simply have lines on whatever you are routing out.
Modifications I 'd make if I made it once again:
– Upsize whatever by an element of 1.5. Although it isn't, it feels and looks flimsy.
– Get genuine metal insert knobs and the locking bolt epoxied to the aluminum locking pawl. Or tap the pawl and use a knob with a stud. Then the pawl ought to be steel for the threads to last.
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