Use the correct template guides provided with this unit to
guide the router against the template fingers. To
determine the proper guide for a given joint, place the
template guide in the slot on the left side of the
corresponding template. The guide should have a snug fit
in the slot.
ROUTER BIT DEPTH
DISCONNECT THE ROUTER FROM THE POWER SOURCE BEFORE MAKING ANY CHANGES
The depth-of-cut for the router bits is critical for a good-fitting joint. The 4200 series jigs have patented router bit
depth guides that allow the user to quickly and easily set the bit to the correct depth without measuring.
Rest the router on the left side of the template and gently lower the router bit until it touches the guide. Multiple
depth guides are provided on the jig because different joints require different depth settings.
NOTE: Attach the templet guide (with the lock nut) and the bit to your router using the instructions in your router's
Step 1 -
Lower the bit just past the edge of the templet guide (Fig. K1).
Step 4 -
Step 2 -
Use the slot with the corresponding scribed text on the template that matches the joint you will cut
Step 3 -
Place the router on the template with the guide and bit in the selected slot (Fig. K3).
Step 4 -
Lower the router bit (A) Fig. K4 on the depth guide (B) and lock the position on your router.