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    RouterPush Block made out of a Jointer push Block and scrap wood

    This is a jig for pusing cross end grain pieces through the router table I made it out of a Old Jointer Push Block and scrap wood What you want to do is countersink three holes in the push block and use 1" construction or drywall screws to hold the push block into the scrap wood the block of 3/4" pine is 4" x 7" with a 3/4" rabbet along the edge or what ever bit you use the most out of you straight bits. this is a router table use only tool for me I use it on virtually on every drawer that I build. When I made the push block I also kept the pading on the jointer push block to reduce vibration on my hands.

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    Good job! ReUse until you can't use it now more!
    "May your life be filled with quality shop time and an unending amount of lumber" Author J Miller

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