Using CNC Routing to Make Workshop Jigs
CNC routing is becoming more and more accessible to the home woodworker. The benefits of CNC routing for production work such as signs is pretty clear, but a CNC can also be handy for making jigs for around your shop. Here, we're using a CNC system to create a shop-made adjustable lathe chuck for use in bowl turning.
If you'd like to make your own set of the discs shown in the video, download the .CRV and .TAP files by clicking here. Be sure to make the adjustments needed for your individual setup, especially regarding your lathe's faceplate.
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