The UJK Technology Deluxe Variable Angle Worktop Jig combines the latest innovations to form an exceptionally versatile worktop jig. A worktop is a major part of the investment in a new kitchen. When cutting the joint in a new worktop only high precision and perfect accuracy will do. Using this kitchen worktop jig enables you to produce a faultless joint in a worktop. It is CNC machined to very fine tolerances from thick synthetic phenolic resin plate. The material and machining ensure stability and accuracy without compromise.
The flush face clamping feature (requires two Axminster Guide Rail Clamps) provides a totally unimpeded working face. Using any combination of the five sliding locations for the recessed clamp heads means you’ll never find a clamp head getting in the way.
The Deluxe Variable Angle Worktop Jig will a accept a kitchen worktop up to 1,000mm wide with a jointing facility at 22.5°, 45° and 90°. The guide slots and preset angles are located with 10mm dowel pins to ensure exact positioning against the edge of your worktop and encompass the principal angles required, plus positioning for worktop connectors.
The optional variable angle insert enables you to cut worktops to an angle other than 90°. Using the engraved markers on the jig as reference, the variable angle insert adjusts the angle of the male joint by up to plus or minus 5°. Current techniques to overcome non-square walls are not accurate and guesswork can result in poor joints. The variable angle design eliminates this and produces a perfectly matched joint. An extra advantage with this jig is that it can find and set the angle required. The jig also includes a 35mm cut-out for cabinet door hinge recesses.
Supplied with full and comprehensive instructions, a pack of 4 aligning pins and 2 flush clamping adaptors.
You will also need 1/2" router, 12.7mm(1/2") x 50mm router cutter, 30mm guide bush and two clamps (Axminster guide rail clamps if you wish to take advantage of the flush clamping feature).
|Model||1,000mm Deluxe Jig|
18 June 2016
Good but cumbersomeGreat jig in terms of capability there's nothing jig won't handle in the regular world of kitchen fitting. The downside however is its size. It's a bit big for everyday use and you simply won't need its capacity 90% of the time. I'd rather see the deluxe features incorporated into the smaller jig leaving this one simpler and sturdier.