Worktop Jig £16.80 at B&Q
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Worktop Jig £16.80 at B&Q

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Found 22nd Jul 2017
Found in my local store today but checked online and same price everywhere. Bargain.
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adhkarzf

I'm curious whats a worktop jig?



I thinks it's a new kids fad................

http://www.ikea.com/ie/en/images/campaign-seasonal/ikea-did-someone-say-dance-floor__1364303816416-s21.jpg
Edited by: "y-oh-y" 22nd Jul 2017
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I'm curious whats a worktop jig? I've looked at the pic and still none the wiser. I think I'm going to google it now.
It's so you can do interlocked cuts, thus leaving a clean join.
adhkarzf

I'm curious whats a worktop jig?



I thinks it's a new kids fad................

http://www.ikea.com/ie/en/images/campaign-seasonal/ikea-did-someone-say-dance-floor__1364303816416-s21.jpg
Edited by: "y-oh-y" 22nd Jul 2017
backinstock12 m ago

I thinks it's a new kids fad................[Image]

Lol I liked that
adhkarzf

I'm curious whats a worktop jig? I've looked at the pic and still none … I'm curious whats a worktop jig? I've looked at the pic and still none the wiser. I think I'm going to google it now.


You use it as I jig for a router so that you can cut the mitre to join 2 worktops together at 90 degrees (at the corner of a room)
It's a good price but the silverline one is better as it has the bolt pre aligned too
illy1965

You use it as I jig for a router so that you can cut the mitre to join 2 … You use it as I jig for a router so that you can cut the mitre to join 2 worktops together at 90 degrees (at the corner of a room)



I've got one like this and I couldn't figure out why the upper and lower lines aren't parallel and the bends at each end are different angles.?
I bought another one that has the same angles at each end but Instead of flipping it and using the bolts I ended up just measuring where the male cut should be and clamping it in place, luckily it worked but I felt like I was bodging the job.
I would pay someone just to show me how it's done tbh
Edited by: "jumpinoffthbed" 22nd Jul 2017
I don't know about this one, if it's good or not. But when you do your cuts make sure your depth stop is really tight when you do the dog bone cuts - I guess everyone might guess why I might be mentioning this Oh and if you think it's a good idea to use polyurethane foam insulation sheeting as a cutting base make sure it's fire retardant - I'm sure you can also guess why I might be saying this though fortunately nobody was hurt and no property was damaged in that incident...
jumpinoffthbed

I've got one like this and I couldn't figure out why the upper and lower … I've got one like this and I couldn't figure out why the upper and lower lines aren't parallel and the bends at each end are different angles.?I bought another one that has the same angles at each end but Instead of flipping it and using the bolts I ended up just measuring where the male cut should be and clamping it in place, luckily it worked but I felt like I was bodging the job. I would pay someone just to show me how it's done tbh



youtube.com/wat…2-8
pgregg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4F6pOoy2-8



This is one of the videos I watched and I think he must have a different jig because the top and bottom (m & f) line of the curve (dog leg) weren't the same and the worktops didn't butt together so I bought the second one with the opposite leg.
The one in this deal has an opposite leg and it could be my eyes but the angles of the male & female looks different..
Great, thanks for this, managed to pick one up. I found a 'user guide', looks the same, just the old B&Q P range, I think...

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