Making consistent right-angled cuts are what every woodworker strives to achieve
If you’ve got the UJK multifunction table, some Parf dogs and a track saw and guide you’ve got a pretty good chance of achieving this. That’s great if you have one of those tables, but what if you want to build your own workstation or multiple workstations?
Developed by UJK and Peter Parfitt, the Parf Guide System gives you a simple way of producing a pattern of accurate 20mm holes. This allows you to make as many workstations as you desire.
How It Works
We use Pythagoras’ theorem and the 3, 4, 5 triangle to generate our natural squareness. The Parf Guide System uses two Parf sticks together with a 3mm drill guide and 3mm drill bit to create an accurately placed series of holes with the rows at perfect right angles to the columns. Once the pattern of 3mm holes has been completed, the holes need to be enlarged to 20mm using the special drilling jig and boring bit supplied with the kit.
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