Leg Tapering Jig
To produce precisely tapered chair legs or any other wood piece requiring angled cuts, use the Microdial leg tapering jig. The Microdial jig includes what is called a Rise Over Run Colormatch dial that lets you adjust the desired taper between 0 and 2 inches with 1/16 of an inch intervals. When you own a Microdial, a step-by-step formula for tapering is included so that you can get straight to woodworking and cut out the guesswork. With the simple turn of a knob, you can use the Degree Scale ColorMatch dial to establish exact angles that can go as low as 1/8th of a degree. Additionally, it allows you to expand from 0 to 10 degrees. All of the measurement marks on the Microdial jig are locked in place and even color-coded so you can get the most precise cut quickly. Adjustable features known as MemoryLocks let you set and lock angles, and then switch between them so that you don't have to build one-time jigs that can typically only be used once. This brilliant tool has overwhelmingly 4 1/2 to 5 star reviews from happy customers on the Microjig site and Amazon.com.
While the Microdial jig does so much more than an average leg tapering jig on its own, it works even better alongside the Grr-Ripper gripper. When the two are used together, they produce beautifully tapered furniture legs with machine-like precision. And the MemoryLock feature ensures every piece will come out identical. Microjig tools like the Microdial and Grr-Rip are a testament to the company belief that working smarter is always better than working harder.
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