Now it is time to join the 2
parts of the fence together, it is crucial that these are exactly
90 degrees to each other.
I am using the wonderful dowel
max jig to create a good strong joint. The just is affixed
to the timber and will act as an accurate guide for my drill.
The 2 work pieces will then be joined with 6 dowels in this case.
Before I go ahead and join the 2 parts, I am
going to round the corners with a round over bit in my router.
As you can see this leaves a professional finish
on my work and will prevent the fence from binding with my work
as I pass it through.
Here are my 2 final parts which will form the
I am applying glue to my joints.
Looks like a perfect fit. I will clamp the
parts once glued, and leave the glue to cure.
The router table will then be ready for some serious woodworking
I would like to say a very big thankyou to Woodpeckers
for providing such a fantastic device for adjusting the height of my
router bit and also Makita
UK (Lawson-HIS) for providing the 3612CX Router used during this