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Precision Template and Guide Bushings Make Repeatable Dog Hole Patterns In Bench Tops a BreezeEasily Add More Versatility To Your Bench And Work Surfaces. Woodworkers have come to know the benefits...

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Precision Template and Guide Bushings Make Repeatable Dog Hole Patterns In Bench Tops a Breeze

Easily Add More Versatility To Your Bench And Work Surfaces. Woodworkers have come to know the benefits strategically placed dog holes in work surfaces. They facilitate workholding for a variety of chores and can provide real assistance in project assembly operations. Traditional benches have orderly rows of dog holes used in conjunction with vises, holdfasts and stops. Today, multi-function benches and work surfaces have taken the traditional dog hole to a new level of usefulness.

Precision Hole Placement Is Key. Carefully milled dog holes keep workholding and assembly tasks easier and faster. The problem making bench tops and work surfaces with precisely placed dog holes is difficult to do. It just can’t be done drilling by hand or on a drill press.

Woodpeckers Hole Boring Jig To The Rescue. With this new OneTIME Tool, you'll be making dog hole patterns with near CNC precision. The Hole Boring Jig starts with a sturdy 3/8" thick phenolic template that’s precision machined to create perfect holes in a very precise array. The template is 13" x 17" and has 12 holes with 96mm spacing (same as Festool MFT) and is used in conjunction with two brass template guide bushings. One bushing will machine 20mm holes and the other ¾" holes when using a ½" diameter router bit. The Jig also comes with three stainless steel pins that fit additional holes along two template edges. The pins index the template off the edge of the piece being routed, usually MDF (medium density fiberboard).

How To Rout The Dog Holes. To start the hole pattern, use the stainless steel pins to index the template along the edge of your work piece then clamp it in place. Use your router with either the 20mm or 3/4" template guide bushing to rout as many holes as possible. Then simply insert three of the matching red indexing pins, move the clamps to a new location and finish routing the first set of holes. From then on it’s simply a matter of moving the template to a new location while indexing it to a couple finished holes, add clamps and continue routing. In just a few minutes you’ll have an array of perfectly sized holes for your work surface.
Dog Holes, a Woodworkers Best Friend. Get the new Hole Boring Jig from Woodpeckers and discover the efficiency of multi-function bench tops and work surfaces. Dog holes will be your new best friend forever.

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The Hole Boring Jig is part of Woodpeckers OneTIME Tool program and is only made to order in their shop near Cleveland, Ohio. Deadline to place your order is Monday, November 13, 2017. Once the deadline passes and orders are filled, this tool will be retired from our product line. Delivery is scheduled for February 2018.

Made in U.S.A.

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This Item Will Not Be Available After Monday, November 13, 2017... Estimated Delivery is February 2018.
What are our OneTIME Tools? They’re the tools that our partners at Woodpeckers plan to run once. Often these are tools we ourselves would like but can’t put in full production. The process is simple; they build a couple, take some pictures and open a 10-20 day window for others to jump on the production run. Once they know how many to make, they get them done and move on to something else.

By buying a OneTIME Tool, you will own a limited run precisely machined tool that will make you the envy of all your woodworking friends, and you have a tool that will be used for generations. These tools are proudly made in the USA.

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