verhoevenc Posted April 8, 2006 Report Share Posted April 8, 2006 So I coughed up the money needed and made myself one of those MacKenzie style inlay pin routers. If you don't know what that is go read this tut on how to build one, it's a GENIOUS idea that uses quick melt plastic to make a template of your inlay, then you use this micro pin router to copy said template into wood. MacKenkie Pin Router Page Either way, I haven't tried it yet, but here's a short video of it working (video is 1.9 MB) Short Video File My Dremel mounts into that holder which is reccessed into the piece of wood it's mounted on so as to get closer to the surface. That pin on the right still needs to be sized but first I gotta find the bit I wanna use! Does anyone know where to get those mini router bits? Like a .031" CNC bit with 1/8" shank is what MacKenzie uses, but where do you get those?!?!!? Anyone?! Chris Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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