strummer2k Posted September 29, 2010 Report Share Posted September 29, 2010 Or you can go all out (my interpretation of Myka's neck jig) This thing works a treat. It was relatively simple to build (with scrap aluminum track from a server rack I had). Set the neck angle; clamp the body lining up the centerline; align and clamp the neck between the two rails; set the short crossmember to stop the router base at the rear; and tighten down the knobs. DC Ross - love this jig. 2 questions: - since I don't have a server rack sitting around, do you have any suggestions where I might pick up some of that t-track...don't remember seeing it at Depot - what would I use to cut it to length? I assume you also had to smooth the edges with something (ok that was an extra question)? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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