Band Saw Circle Jig

This jig is adjustable for different size circles and it’s held to the table with simple turnbuckles.

You can cut circles on a band saw by simply driving a nail into a piece of plywood clamped to the table, using the nail as a pivot point for your workpiece. But if you plan to cut circles more than once, a better way is this shop-built adjustable circle jig. A sliding tongue easily adjusts the pivot point for different size circles.



What You Get:

  • 1 page of step-by-step instructions
  • 7 full-color photos and illustrations
  • Shop-tested tips guarantee your success
  • Materials list and cutting diagram

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