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Old 5th March 2018, 04:10 PM   #11
Mario Pankov is offline Mario Pankov  Europe
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EU: Router circle jig 56mm-420mm in 1mm step
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Hi,
Iím interested as I have the same issue with the Jasper being in inches.

Regards

Jorge
Hi Jorge,

can you forward a copy of the base of your router?

Can we agree on the material too (that`s to all interested), I will phone the laser facility in a few days, I need to add the lines for easier navigation.

1. POM
2. Aluminium alloy
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Old 5th March 2018, 06:43 PM   #12
jcastellano is offline jcastellano  Spain
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Hi Jorge,

can you forward a copy of the base of your router?

Can we agree on the material too (that`s to all interested), I will phone the laser facility in a few days, I need to add the lines for easier navigation.

1. POM
2. Aluminium alloy
Hi Mario,

I also have a Bosch router, mine is POF1200AE but has the same base as the POF1400ACE.

I am in doubt about the material, I use the jig barely, once in two years more or less...so I am not concerned about being durable...so just to make a decision, I would prefer aluminium. But if the rest of the groupbuy chooses the POM...itís ok for me.

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Jorge
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Old 5th March 2018, 06:49 PM   #13
Mario Pankov is offline Mario Pankov  Europe
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I am more inclined to aluminium too, POM cannot be etched so no writings on it, only engraving. I think aluminium would be better off.
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Old 18th March 2018, 10:08 AM   #14
heinz1964 is offline heinz1964  Denmark
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Hi

Any news on this group buy?

It does not matter to me if it is aluminium or POM.

best regards

uwe
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Old 18th March 2018, 10:20 AM   #15
raelman is offline raelman  Spain
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+1 interested.
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Old 18th March 2018, 11:51 AM   #16
Mario Pankov is offline Mario Pankov  Europe
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Yes, I will ask for final quotes tomorrow. Then will post here and we can setup the order. I got the POF1200 base drawing so will add it later today.
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Old 18th March 2018, 01:59 PM   #17
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Old 20th March 2018, 04:58 AM   #18
Mario Pankov is offline Mario Pankov  Europe
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The POF1200 file Nisbeth was kind enough to send me was not downloadable by some reason. He`d resend it today so hopefully tomorrow I will send the final design for pricing.
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Old 22nd March 2018, 06:38 AM   #19
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Hi Mario
This is super,
i am in, for one as well.
I have the Bosch
BR Henrik
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Old 22nd March 2018, 07:55 AM   #20
Mario Pankov is offline Mario Pankov  Europe
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I don`t know if we can make 7, give me a chance to check it. Chance is I will make 8 so one will go on sale here or on ebay. I will let you know today, Henrik.

It takes a bit longer - I had to have this jig with my by the weekend but I need to visit a local Bauhaus and confirm the design fits exactly the Bosch models. Nisbeth sent me a scan and two rullers for scaling but I want to verify and I will do it today. This evening I will apply any adjustments to the files if needed (depends on how well it fits the actual POF1200) and will forward the file to several companies to gather offers.

The aluminium type would be 5083. It is among the strongest (without quenching, which may also cause the material to bend) and has good anodizing properties. Some of the strong types are not very accommodative to anodization so it has to be 5083. I used makeitfrom.com for comparison and some university research on chemical and corrosion resistance. 2024 has slightly higher Brinell strength but is not as easy to anodize and is very susceptible to chemicals. 5083 is considered marine grade and has excellent chemical and corrosion resistance at the cost of slightly reduced strength. However, it can receive deeper anodizing which I believe will make ti even stronger than the 2024 which appears to form very thin anodizing layer. 7075 was the best but it cannot be anodized and has copper and zinc which make it more reactive to some chemicals.

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