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Cut perfectly squared binding ledges on any instrument, including archtops.
This jig turns your laminate router into a floating cutter. As you move the body of the instrument into the cutter, your router glides vertically to follow the body's top edge. Bindings fit correctly, so you won't have to scrape them too thin.
The problem: The arch of the guitar top, and especially the back, will change the router alignment. Without this tool, a standard router base will tilt, causing the routed channel to be too deep or too shallow; the bindings won't fit right. The Binding Router Jig keeps the router vertical for a square ledge. Bindings fit correctly.
We ship to international addresses. Your order ships from China, we have ePacket (air post) for your choice, it usually takes about 2 weeks to arrive for most countries, and we also have international express if you need it urgently which is just take around 6 business days to arrive. All shipping methods are trackable, you can select the method of shipping when you placing order. And you can also check the estimated shipping costs in your shopping cart before checkout.
Normally we carry enough inventory in our warehouse that orders of any quantity can be shipped within 2 days to international addresses.
For wholesale customers, we usually use international express companies, such as DHL, UPS, FEDEX, TNT, etc. Usually good will arrive 5-7 days after shipping and the goods will be protected as we take care in our methods of packing.
Give us a shout if you have any other questions and/or concerns.
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Every parts in the first picture is included.
Make your own body cradle: We don't have the plywood Body Cradle, so you can build your own custom shape.
The mounting holes of the jig carriage fits the popular Bosch Colt Router. You can also use other common laminate trimmers too, if it doesn't line up with the mounting holes, then the Router Mounting Template is what you need, it can help locate and drill new holes on the carriage.