need to manually move the work- piece and hold it in place for every cut, and multiple mortises of the same size can be made with a sin- gle setup. A fine-adjustment mech- anism controls the front-to-back position of the table, making it easy to accurately locate the fence relative to the bit. The mortiser has a depth stop, as well as a gas piston that assists when retracting the bit. Visit www.rikontools.com. ZERO PLAY GUIDE BAR SYSTEM Designed to fit or replace wood runners on user-made jigs, the ZeroPlay Guide Bar System is fully adjustable to fit both the standard miter-slots in most tablesaws (even ShopSmith) and extrusions used in the router table. The miter bars match the exact width of the slots with "zero play" effect along its entire length ( 9 inches), achieved with a single push
against opposing wedges on the two sections of the bar—one-touch calibration. Made of durable glass reinforced polymer, the ZeroPlay Guide Bar offers many advantages over wood or metal runners, including: simplicity of calibration; shorter length for smaller jigs (can be installed in pairs for larger jigs); installs and precisely aligns from the top of the jig; no galling prob- lems associated with metal run- ners; and no binding or slop caused by environmental changes or long-term use. With the Guide Bar System, the ZeroPlay Stops can be utilized in conjunction with the ZeroPlay Guide Bar within the miter-slot (including the General 350 TS), or it can be used alone as a hold-down anchor when fitted with a standard carriage bolt. These products are available in a single bar package, or as a system packaged with two ( 2) bars and two ( 2) stops. Visit microjig.com.