Microdial Tapering Jig
The MICRODIAL Tapering Jig by MICROJIG® helps you achieve cutting edge tapers. You will be able to create tapered legs with up to eight tapered sides. Meanwhile, tapers can be cut from an infinite range between 0˚ to 10˚ with 1/8˚ incremental stops. You can also adjust tapers between 0...
The MICRODIAL Tapering Jig by MICROJIG® helps you achieve cutting edge tapers. You will be able to create tapered legs with up to eight tapered sides. Meanwhile, tapers can be cut from an infinite range between 0˚ to 10˚ with 1/8˚ incremental stops. You can also adjust tapers between 0 to 2 inches with 1/16 inch intervals. Once decided, the two adjustable dials then will lock into your preferred configuration, and lock the two MemoryLocks to allow easy repetitive cuts of the same taper.
- Versatile taper jig works with a table saw or a router table
- Cut 2-,4-,6- and 8-Sided Tapered Table Legs for signature detail
- Two independent MemoryLocks to preserve taper settings for repetitive cuts
- Use the MICRODIAL Tapering Jig as a guide for edge jointing on a table saw and straight line ripping
- Allows for repetitve tapered cuts
- Enhanced precision when cutting edge tapers
- Works in tandem with the GRR-Ripper
- Made in the USA
- Infinite taper adjustment between 0° and 10° with positive stops at 1/8° increments
- Adjustable tapers between 0" and 2" per foot with positive stops at 1/16" per foot increments
- Model TJ-5000
- (1) Quickstart DVD
- (1) Detailed instructional manual
- (1) Project Plan
- Combine the MICRODIAL with the GRR-RIPPER Advanced Model (sold separately) to enhance your safety and woodworking. The addition of the GRR-RIPPER will allow users to apply pressure in three dimensions: downward, inward, and forward; this will virtually eliminate kickback and should always be used when cutting narrow or small work pieces.
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If you have ever tried using your tablesaw to taper a post or leg, you may already know how most tapering jigs make the cut a lot harder than it needs to be. Those inexpensive but ever popular hinged-bar contraptions make it difficult to follow a line and require a tricky-two step to complete a cut.