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Offline zoki4691

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DF 700 jig
« on: March 01, 2018, 12:39 PM »
I should do a simple jig that allows you to make a series of non-perpendicular holes for Domino.
You must not use the money as a your only wealth ,,,
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Offline waho6o9

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Re: DF 700 jig
« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2018, 12:42 PM »
That would be good for shutters among other things.

Great idea!

Offline zoki4691

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Re: DF 700 jig
« Reply #2 on: March 01, 2018, 02:44 PM »
That would be good for shutters among other things.

Great idea!
Exact [big grin]
You must not use the money as a your only wealth ,,,
My Festo :   PS 2 , ET 2 , CDD 9.6 ,HL 850 , SR 201 E-AS , AT 65 EB , DX 93 E , RS 100 , RS 400  e
My Festool :  PS 300 trion, PS 400 Carvex  , CTL 48 E ,   DF 700 , RO 150 ,OFK  500 , OFK 700 , RG 150 , TDK 15.6 , CS70 , CMS , OF 1010 , OF 2200 ,HK 55 EBQ , TS 55 REBQ , PL 205 E , SSU 200

Online Gerald_D

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Re: DF 700 jig
« Reply #3 on: March 01, 2018, 03:40 PM »
Excellent idea- thanks for sharing!

Regards,
Gerald
Gerald
I have Festools- Big and Small and a few other tools

Offline zoki4691

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Re: DF 700 jig
« Reply #4 on: March 01, 2018, 03:48 PM »
Excellent idea- thanks for sharing!

Regards,
Gerald
Thx
Attention, that is not finished.
 The part of the wooden plate is missing. In the plate I have to put a parallel tenon with a cutting edge to repeat the operation. I hope tomorrow I can do it. The plate is also inter changeable, in order to make other rows of buttonholes.
You must not use the money as a your only wealth ,,,
My Festo :   PS 2 , ET 2 , CDD 9.6 ,HL 850 , SR 201 E-AS , AT 65 EB , DX 93 E , RS 100 , RS 400  e
My Festool :  PS 300 trion, PS 400 Carvex  , CTL 48 E ,   DF 700 , RO 150 ,OFK  500 , OFK 700 , RG 150 , TDK 15.6 , CS70 , CMS , OF 1010 , OF 2200 ,HK 55 EBQ , TS 55 REBQ , PL 205 E , SSU 200

Offline zoki4691

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Re: DF 700 jig
« Reply #5 on: March 06, 2018, 07:52 AM »
Two pieces of wood, mahogany and walnut and the jig is finished.
I should just place holes
« Last Edit: March 14, 2018, 04:23 PM by zoki4691 »
You must not use the money as a your only wealth ,,,
My Festo :   PS 2 , ET 2 , CDD 9.6 ,HL 850 , SR 201 E-AS , AT 65 EB , DX 93 E , RS 100 , RS 400  e
My Festool :  PS 300 trion, PS 400 Carvex  , CTL 48 E ,   DF 700 , RO 150 ,OFK  500 , OFK 700 , RG 150 , TDK 15.6 , CS70 , CMS , OF 1010 , OF 2200 ,HK 55 EBQ , TS 55 REBQ , PL 205 E , SSU 200