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Best stair jig???

RRooster's picture

Any recommendations on quality stair jigs?  I found this one on Amazon.  Any feedback will be much appreciated.


http://www.amazon.com/Wheaton-Tools-PL200-Stair-Wizard/dp/B0000224Q2/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/002-6800933-1083232?ie=UTF8&s=hi&qid=1173915539&sr=8-1


I find this forum is a great way to research tools and I've made some nice/quality purchases based on the depth of experience here.  Thanks.


 


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(post #125235, reply #1 of 6)

I made a tool that does the same thing but it's not as nice as the one you found at amazon. I think i found the idea in finehomebuilding mag.
Pretty simple tool. although i keep meaning to tweek it a bit to be a better tool..... on the to do list next time i do stairs.

If you do stairs frequently then a nice little gadget like that does help . If your only doing one set, then it might be better to make your own. For the price though it seems like a good deal.

Best
Ray:)

(post #125235, reply #2 of 6)

Thanks, Ray.


Any idea of which Finehomebuilding mag you found the jig plans?  How long ago?  Approx?  I'd like to look at it.


 


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(post #125235, reply #3 of 6)

RRooster


I dont remember who's these belong to, I think Mike Smith and maybe Snort, not real sure. I was going to steal them so I didnt really care whos they were!  <G>


You can probably build one of these for $5, save the money for something you cant make.


Sorry about the one big pic.


Doug


Edited 3/15/2007 11:45 pm ET by DougU

(post #125235, reply #4 of 6)

Thank you, thank you, thank you.  That is SWEET.  I CAN make that, and I agree with you.  Now I can go out and buy another nice tool!!  You are the man.

 


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Stair jig (post #125235, reply #5 of 6)

Go to www.theultimatestairjig.com   you will fine the best stair jig you can buy..

Con (post #125235, reply #6 of 6)

What the original post was talking about was a jig to "template" the tread fit between the skirtboards.

Your housed router template link was nice however.  Semi steep cost for something you could make up a jig for (as was shown in a previous FHB artical I believe by Andy Engel.

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