Precision Router Edge Guide

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For use with our Precision Router base and your Dremel Tool to create channels for bindings of any thickness up to 3/8".

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Precision Router Edge Guide

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For use with our Precision Router base and your Dremel Tool to create channels for bindings of any thickness up to 3/8".

A great accessory designed in our shop, for use with our Precision Router Base. Made of machined brass, it mounts beneath the Router Base with two supplied screws. A thumbscrew adjusts the distance of the roller guide from the axis of the cutter bit, and an allen screw locks the adjustment. Cutting height is set and locked on the Router Base.

For best results and clean cuts, we recommend our Binding Router Bit.

We also offer a Complete Router Base Set click here for details.

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Product Instructions

How to Install Bindings

Overview of binding, purfling, and other instrument trim, including binding recommendations and installation techniques.

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Precision Router Edge Guide

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Chris Pedersen, OZ

By tzen from newcastle australia
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, November 30, 2010

This took me from novice fiddler to very confident guitar builder. So nice and easy to use, mandatory tool for binding !!

Thanks Stewmac


A treat to use!

By Murray MacDonald from Blenheim, New Zealand
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, November 05, 2010

As I am making ukuleles with a flat front and only a very slightly curved back, the edge guide, combined with the Stew-Mac #4032 router bit, produced a beautifully sharp ledge for the binding, and for a reasonable price. The most difficult part is plucking up the courage to make the first cut!

Nice Jig but.....

By Wim Seegers from Bussum
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, July 04, 2010

The tool is nicely made and is looking very good. When an instrument with a (slight) arched top or back is your goal, you probably are better of spending more money on a true channel jig. This tool is designed to follow the top of the instrument where it's more adequate to follow the sides.

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