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    Jasper jig with 1/4" straight bit (but 1/2" bit)

    $100 for a router + table + 1/2" bit set

    I got a stupid question, can use the 1/4" straight bit from the 1/2" bit set
    with the Jasper jig I purchased? I hop this makes sense, this is a 1/2"
    bit set (1/2" connection) with a 1/4" straight bit in it, can I use that with
    the jasper jig? Or does it need to be a 1/4" straight bit from a 1/4" set.

    I think it will work, but I better ask.






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    Re: Jasper jig with 1/4" straight bit (but 1/2" bit)

    yeah you just have to measure off 1/4 since they require 1/4 and your using 1/2 bit



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    Re: Jasper jig with 1/4" straight bit (but 1/2" bit)

    Quote Originally Posted by kovemaster559 View Post
    yeah you just have to measure off 1/4 since they require 1/4 and your using 1/2 bit
    So if I want a 9.25" hole, I select the 9" jig point right?



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    Re: Jasper jig with 1/4" straight bit (but 1/2" bit)

    Quote Originally Posted by mcsoul View Post
    So if I want a 9.25" hole, I select the 9" jig point right?
    no you would want 8 3/4



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    Re: Jasper jig with 1/4" straight bit (but 1/2" bit)

    Sounds like I better buy a 1/4" - 1/4" straight bit



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    Re: Jasper jig with 1/4" straight bit (but 1/2" bit)

    Quote Originally Posted by mcsoul View Post
    $100 for a router + table + 1/2" bit set

    I got a stupid question, can use the 1/4" straight bit from the 1/2" bit set
    with the Jasper jig I purchased? I hop this makes sense, this is a 1/2"
    bit set (1/2" connection) with a 1/4" straight bit in it, can I use that with
    the jasper jig? Or does it need to be a 1/4" straight bit from a 1/4" set.

    I think it will work, but I better ask.






    And I picked up this 6.0A 14gal rigid shop vac for $40

    http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/...01+524502+1600
    I want a router so BADDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD!!!! In time my Friend in Time. LOL Going up to TN this coming week. Will be out side of Memphis in Covington. Hoping the Good Dad will Hook me up with a Router and Table Saw =)



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    Re: Jasper jig with 1/4" straight bit (but 1/2" bit)

    Quote Originally Posted by ahillworks View Post
    I want a router so BADDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD!!!! In time my Friend in Time. LOL Going up to TN this coming week. Will be out side of Memphis in Covington. Hoping the Good Dad will Hook me up with a Router and Table Saw =)
    gotta get the jasper jig too!



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    Re: Jasper jig with 1/4" straight bit (but 1/2" bit)

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyB View Post
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    Re: Jasper jig with 1/4" straight bit (but 1/2" bit)

    Oh and that too lol. Yeah looked it up that makes life easy I bet!



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    Re: Jasper jig with 1/4" straight bit (but 1/2" bit)

    a 1/4" straight cut with 1/2" shank cuts the exact same hole as the 1/4" straight cut with 1/4" shank....you don't need to make any adjustments



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    Quote Originally Posted by bonesninja View Post
    a 1/4" straight cut with 1/2" shank cuts the exact same hole as the 1/4" straight cut with 1/4" shank....you don't need to make any adjustments
    i was about to say that, the 1/4" bit would be in the same spot with either shank, dont make adjustments.



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    Re: Jasper jig with 1/4" straight bit (but 1/2" bit)

    The cutting part is all you care about, not the shaft.



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    Re: Jasper jig with 1/4" straight bit (but 1/2" bit)

    the bit is 1/4" bigger, so you subtract 1/4" from the jig measurement because it eats up 1/4" more wood than the jig is calculated to

    it says it right on the ****ing jig instructions

    in short: 9.25" hole, put the pin in the 9" jig part




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    Re: Jasper jig with 1/4" straight bit (but 1/2" bit)

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterE View Post
    the bit is 1/4" bigger, so you subtract 1/4" from the jig measurement because it eats up 1/4" more wood than the jig is calculated to

    it says it right on the ****ing jig instructions

    in short: 9.25" hole, put the pin in the 9" jig part
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