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10MW LTJ30 & Starter Pack

10MW LTJ30 & Starter Pack

Regular price $138.00 USD
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The 10MinuteWorkshop Loose Tenon Jig 30 is the next generation of Loose Tenon Jigs that combines the simple functionality of the original jig together with the shelf-pin goodness of the Plus jig, but in a new material and using a more readily available 30mm guide bush, hence the new name - the LTJ30.

The LTJ30 comes complete with reference pins, and this option includes a starter pack with enough 5 x 30mm Dominos to make a carcass - or two -  and a 1/4” shank, 5mm spiral upcut solid carbide router bit that I recommend for this size domino.

Staying true to its origins, the LTJ30 is a simple 2-piece flat-pack router jig made specifically to put loose tenon mortices in the face and edges of 18mm thick boards to make simple carcasses - cabinets, wardrobes, shelves etc... In addition, the jig can be used to  make holes on 32mm centres eg for shelf-pins, and there’s an assembly guide and video guide available for download - links are on the postcard included with the jig.

Designed with 5x30mm loose tenons (Dominos) in mind, the jig will work with other sizes and material thicknesses, with the appropriate bits and plunge depths. It is, to the best of my knowledge, the only jig that allows for both narrow and wider mortice settings without moving or altering a stop on the jig.

The LTJ30 is suitable for larger routers - the wings allow for easier clamping - and is precisely machined from a melamine-faced board manufactured to far higher tolerances the the Birch ply used previously. All markings are CNC cut for longevity, the jig is designed and made here in Britain, and ships globally. You’ll need a plunge router with a 30mm guide bush (most router manufacturers supply a 30mm guide bush as an OEM part)  and jig is simply assembled using the supplied machine screws (take care not to over-tighten them) which make it easy to knock-down for storage; it should be self-explanatory, but there is an assembly guide if required, available as a free download here:-

Shipping is by Royal Mail 48hr tracked (domestic UK orders) International Tracked (international orders) and there'll be a tracking number added to the listing when the label is printed; tracking becomes active when the package is in the system - usually the next working day. Any questions, just ask. Thank you!

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