Bora - WTX Router Guide
It’s no exaggeration to say that making accurate cuts is the key to any successful project. Without clean, precise cuts, assembly is more difficult, strength and stability are compromised and the...
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It’s no exaggeration to say that making accurate cuts is the key to any successful project. Without clean, precise cuts, assembly is more difficult, strength and stability are compromised and the appearance of the finished project will suffer. Fortunately power tools such as a portable circular saw greatly improve the chance for success. But to ensure the best results you need the Bora WTX Clamp Edge Saw Guide System. It’s the simple, fast and precise guide for ripping or crosscutting lumber or sheet material. The Router Dado Guide has plenty of features that make it very versatile. You can adjust for bit size, and board size or thickness as well, ensuring that pieces that have a thickness that is slightly smaller than standard sizes can fit tightly. No need to struggle to fit 3/4" boards that are not quite a true 3/4" and will be loose with a dado cut with a standard sized 3/4" bit. The Router Dado Guide is designed to adjust the cut in multiple passes for a perfect, snug fit every time. The Router Dado Guide comes with a 1" PC-style guide bushing for easy mounting.
- Works with most routers without drilling by using included 1" PC-style guide bushing
- Fits directly on all WTX Clamp Edge Guides with adjustable gib for smooth sliding motion
- Large plate size ensures your router stays steady and is easy to handle
- Versatile cutting for wide or non-standard size dadoes perfectly sized to material thickness
- Cutting adjustment allows for cutting perfect sized dadoes with a 1/4", 3/8" or 1/2" straight bit
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annoying enough that most hardwood plywood doesn’t live up to its nominal
thickness, but it’s downright disturbing to discover that panel thickness can
vary from one sheet to the next as much as 1/16". This little detail
becomes a big problem when you want snug-fitting dadoes, grooves, and rabbets.