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Mobile Navigation. Learn More. Reviews 4. I gave it only 3 stars because of the sub standard instructions and the poor clamping design. Glue the top sides to the base of the circle jig.

To install the tape:. Applying sticky measurement tape to indicate the radius of the circle. Cutting a circle with the bandsaw circle cutting jig. Bandsaw circle cutting jig on the Rikon bench top bandsaw.

You can avoid marring the surface of your circle by first cutting a sacrificial circle. Attach a wood blank to the sacrificial circle using double sided tape. Now you can cut a circle from the wood blank without damaging the surface. Hope this post inspires you to build a circle cutting jig of your own. Software engineer by day.

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Bloggers may use one image per a post. If the saw blade is pushed on too much when the piece is on the punch you can use a belt sander to make a slight divot in the edge to start the saw. Finally circles I cut were not perfect but pretty close.

I believe the variance was due to the blade bending slightly in very hard wood. Maybe the instructions have changed since the last person reviewed it, but I had no problem following the instructions and installing the jig.

I watched the videos on the Carter site first, which helped, but install was still a snap on my 14" Jet saw with riser block. Cutting circles could not be easier, just make a center punch, mount your wood, slide forward until it hits the stop and rotate.

I agree with the last review it can be a little tippy, but I realized I was doing it slightly wrong at first. If you follow the directions and place downward pressure on the center and hold it there then everything stabilizes. It takes a little getting use to, but after that I've made countless perfect circles with total stability. I've even used it to cut some larger 4 foot 1" oak ply to make a card table.

My main reason to buy it was to salvage scraps of high dollar wood that I turn bowls with. It allows me to keep what otherwise would end up as chips and dust on the floor. It also allows me to get closer to the final diameter in the rough cut then I ever did before. I then can use more of the scrap wood to make pens and smaller turning projects.

I also have had the Carter guides on my saw for many years and love them. Another fine product from Carter, thanks. Won't fit most 14" saws with a riser block without customization, unless the saw's extension table is permanently removed. Support for workpiece is problematic tippy — not as good as jigs with a large solid base. Written instructions confused me — watch the manufacturer's installation videos for clarification. Find a Store.

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