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CIRCLE JIG & CUTOUT

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The circle I need to make is the pull support that you see in the main drawing on the previous page. To hold it on the jig, you’ll drill a small hole in the back side of the support. Not to worry though, wood filler will hide the half of the hole that shows.

The edge of the pull support is chamfered, then sanded smooth. Before painting and routing the support and gluing it to the door, I drilled the hole for the knob.

HINGES. Both doors are attached to the case with concealed hinges. Detail ‘b’ shows the specificat­ions for my hinge.

Be sure to confirm those dimensions for your hinges.

Two details remain. First, make the shelves you see in the drawing above. Then install the closet rod the you see in the photo on the previous page. After a couple of coats of lacquer, you’ll have an armoire that will last several lifetimes.

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< The jig shown here makes short work of creating the perfectly round, smooth circle needed for the pull support. The jig cradles the top of your router table. The fence of the router table acts as a stop. There are complete details and plans for this on page 6 of Tips & Techniques.
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