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1hot944 
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Here's a link for the circle cutting jig

http://www.woodworkingtips.com/etips/2004/10/08/sn/

for any of you that may want to build one for yourself How To Make Circular Rings - Page 2 -- posted image.

In a world full of copycats, it's great to be an original!
383Iroc 
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How To Make Circular Rings - Page 2 -- posted image.

Heres one I made awhile ago. I just welded a bolt to the fence that came with the router. Works great and its easy to adjust.

racerx22 
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why do you use the spacer rings?
skitty4fingers 
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How To Make Circular Rings - Page 2 -- posted image.the Jasper circle jig is still the best for exact measurements.
Crispix396 
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i cut a triangel out of lexan, drilled holes to match the router screws on the bottom of the router, then measured out from there, every half inch from the router blade is 1" and drilled holes every half inch. then measured in a different direction and drilled holes every 1/2" starting on a 1/4" offset from the other holes. so i had 1/2" incriments.
then just screwed a screw into the hole that i wanted and spin the router away. it was beautiful and cost 7 bux for the plexi/lexan at home depot.
nothing amazing yet, but its coming
JoeMetal 
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Is there an easy way to make rings with using only a Dremel?
carraudio 
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This is my setup

How To Make Circular Rings - Page 2 -- posted image.

blazeronspokes 
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what do you guys think is the best router for the money. i'm gonna invest in one and don't wanna get shafted in doing so.

cxixer 
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There are a few routers that will hold up and last. DeWalt, Porter Cable are a couple. Awesome brands that will hold up forever. But if you guy's dont want to invest the money $3-400 in jigs and routers, you can always purchase them premade - http://shop.able-audio.com.
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