George Vondriska shows his shop-made circle jig solution for cutting a perfect circle on a band saw. A WoodWorkers Guild of America original video.
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Great job, which will simplify the outcome! Thanks!
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Build instructions for the Circle Jig for a band saw
Interesting, but the jig’s construction is relatively complicated and the cut quality would be coarse, like anything else cut on the band saw. A router circle-cutting jig (Rockler has a very good one) is the only way I cut nearly perfect circles. I use that jig to cut both the outsides and the insides of colonial spinning wheels, which you cannot do with a band saw unless you slice through the wheel (which you wouldn’t want to do).
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