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The Circle Jig is available as an accessory to the Edge-Guide, (which is the Circle Jig Attachment, so if you are looking for that click here), or as a separate complete tool, the Circle Jig Complete.
It pivots from a stainless steel trammel pin and allows easy, precise, and repeatable circle cutting from 6-48 inches in diameter. (Longer guide shafts are available for diameters up to 12' - see Large Radii below.) There is also the option to eliminate the need for a pilot hole by using our Vacuum Center Assembly.
The Circle Jig, like our Edge-Guide, features the Micro Fence micrometer dial which provides a means of measurement and/or adjustment. This makes the jig unique for producing even the most demanding of cuts like those required when cutting mating radiuses (as in the case of a surround of solid stock around a plywood or composite table top).
An aluminium sub-fence is included with every Circle Jig allowing it to perform parallel straight cuts as seen in photo at left. This set-up is useful for shelving dadoes, drawer dividers, cassette slots for audio cabinets or even dentil mouldings.
We highly recommend using the Stabilizer Bar accessory for any Circle Jig set-up and especially when making heavier cuts or longer radii. It maximizes rigidity and affords the most prescise cutting possible. Our recommendation is to employ the Stabilizer Bar/Stabilizer Bar Levelers every 24" - 30" to support the stainless steel rods parallel to the work surface.
If you are ordering the Micro Fence for use with a laminate trimmer, you will also need the appropriate Sub-Base Assembly, which is included in the items marked with an asterisk (*) in the drop down box below. Everything you need is now included.
The Circle Jig Attachment is also an integral component of other Micro Fence accessories, including the Ellipse Jig and the Clamp Interface Packages.
To see our circle jig in action, check out our video page.
To see a complete Micro Fence System Overview, click here.
In the drop down box below you will see some items with one asterisk (*) which means the required Sub-Base Assembly is included in your purchase price.