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Cutting concave in worktop do i cut from underside

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Screwfix were happy to send me a copy of the instructions for their jig which adapted perfectly.

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i have this router and it is the nicest one i have ever used. setting up a jig take time and if you are only making a straight cut then put a straight edge along your top and clamp it down. you only need the distance from the roller on your bit to the back endge of the router fence. set the straight edge that distance from the front of your top. I suggest tryinng it on a scrap piece of wood to make sure the distance is exact and the profile being cut doesnt need adjusted

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I just received a "LICOTA"


The extra brushes would likely be for the motor, and not used until the saw has LOTS of miles on it.
The allen usually backs off a clamp that holds the blade. In terms of metal and wood, the blade itself determines that. HOWEVER, Consider using and possibly distroying a WOOD blade. If there is metal in the wall, you usually do NOT want to cut that...!! I suggest cutting the drywall side first and see that there is nothing in the wall that you do not want to cut!!
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This jigsaw seems to suffer from the same problem as its predecessor. Whenever i use it to cut through a kitchen worktop or any material it never gives a straight vertical cut through the material but...


I can't speak to the diffuculty you're having with that particular model, as I haven't used it. But in general, the stability of the cut depends upon the guide mechanism of the saw, and a three point guide is better than two point or single point. A three point guide assemble will hold the blade firmly locked when inserted into the column, will have a roller bearing that supports the center of the blade path, and will also have a finger pinching mechanism at the base near the material, so the blade can't waffle in the cut. Aside from changing saws, all I can recommend is that you make sure the base is correctly locked in place at an angle square to the blade, when fully extended. Check this with a small trysquare against the base, and look from both sides of the blade. Some folks will even attach an auxiliary base to stiffen theirs up, though this shouldn't be necessary. Then make sure you're using a sharp blade with the correct tooth count for the material you're cutting, and don't force the cut. Let the saw do the work, and make sure you hold the base firmly against the worktop as you cut. If you force a cut with the orbital action on full, you'll get more deflection.
Other than that, all I can say is that I've had good luck with the newer Bosch jigsaws, and the best cut I know of comes from the Festo, but we're talking serious dollars there.
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How to cut a 45 degree angle on wood using a jig saw


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How do i get a nice finish on the end of my worktop using a worktop jig ?


i have this router and it is the nicest one i have ever used. setting up a jig take time and if you are only making a straight cut then put a straight edge along your top and clamp it down. you only need the distance from the roller on your bit to the back endge of the router fence. set the straight edge that distance from the front of your top. I suggest tryinng it on a scrap piece of wood to make sure the distance is exact and the profile being cut doesnt need adjusted

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Can i use 30mm guide bush to cut worktop with a 1/4 router


Yes you can. You probably would want to do some test cuts in the wood that you are using.
If your worktop is hardwood then each pass will have to be maximum 1/8". It will take many passes depending on the thickness of the worktop. This is assuming that a carbide bit is being used. The smaller the diameter of the bit the less resistance. Also using a 1/4" shank on the bit and the HP of the router determines how fast the router will cut.

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Turn sink upside down on paper/cardboard & trace around outside. . Measure from outer edge of unit to just beyond inner edge [where the clips fit] transfer this to cutout and mark/cut on this inner line. This is not your template to cut out the worktop.
Push the clips over the inner ridge on the underside until they click into place.on small cutouts make sure the worktop grips face outwards.
place into worktop cutout - most likely there will be some more worktop to trim to fit. When fitting easily, fit the seal on the underside where the sink fits into the worktop & screw up the clips until they bite into the underside of the worktop.
Not got the seal? use silicone [clear]


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Jig saws are not made to cut through aluiminum espescially that size. That is really thick and it sounds like you have worn out the motor trying to cut it. If the saws are hot. Let them cool down then proceed but like I metioned before you are putting a lot of stress on something not made to cut aluminum even with a metal cutting blade

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Need instructions to use Worktop jig


Screwfix were happy to send me a copy of the instructions for their jig which adapted perfectly.

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