Most fluting jigs you can purchase or make are designed to rout rows of flutes on straight stock. Now, with Eagle America’s new Combination Arched Fluting Jig and Edge Guide, you can mill flutes on curved workpieces, too. Made of impact-resistant 3/8-inch-thick clear polycarbonate, the jig’s base replaces your router’s sub-base. Mount your router to it, attach the two polycarbonate guide wings beneath that, and you are ready to begin cutting flutes. Each guide wing is equipped with a ball bearing that rides against the edges of your workpiece, rather than a straight fence. This makes the jig capable of following curved edges. Both wings can be adjusted with a pair of knobs to suit curved workpieces from one to five and a half inches wide, or you can rout straight workpieces up to 12 inches wide. This jig is made in the U.S.A. and sells for $59.99.