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 Mortise for a flush bolt.

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Dik Harrison

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PostSubject: Mortise for a flush bolt.   March 15th 2009, 3:54 pm

This thread was originally posted on SMC.

While I am waiting the arrival of the rest of my PBB parts, I used the
SRK and a rigged-up rail to rout the mortise for flush bolts in French
doors I'm installing into my new sun-room. This went well, but I know
it will be easier when I get the PBB built.



You can see attached to the side of the SRK, the shop built
spring-loaded(once the springs get here) plunger for indexing the SRK
(line drilling, etc.).





I clamped the rail to my multipurpose out-feed table, had to shim the
end due to drooping of the unsupported melamine covered particle board.
I used the SRK, router, and a set-up bit to get the rail parallel to
the door.

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