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Found these at a local repurpose store. They are drawer rejects from Kraftmaid & the person had one job, cut the slot for the bottom of the drawer. Measures 7.25" x 22" unfinished maple. For $1.50 each they were hard to pass up I cut off the dove tails & the mistake and that left me with a 6" x 20.5" board. Set up a jig in my drill press and drilled a 1/4" hole 3.5" deep. Realized after the first hole that it doesn't matter how long the bit is, the travel on the drill press is still only 3". Finish that with a hand drill. Cut a tapered sl
I ordered a hole drilling jig for my dowel hinges from Rob Cosman a couple of weeks ago and Rob actually called me up and notified me he had shipped it and thanked me for ordering it. It is well machined and in it's own little wood tray. It has 1/2",3/8",5/16",and 1/4" cups, with 2 mandrels. One is for a 1/16" drill bit,and the other for 1/8"drill bit,plus the allen wrench to set the drill bits to depth. You cut the dowel segments to length, and turn on the drill and push it into the cup, turn it around and do the other end. If you leave it like that then cu