Submitted by melev on Tue, 10/17/2017 - 15:19
There are a few ways to accomplish the top flange (the rim or one-piece euro-brace) of a sump. Originally, I would build the sump, squeeze in pieces of wood inside the upper edge of the sump, and use a router with a ball bearing guide to trace the lumber. This was tedious, and cutting wood for each sump would end up costing too much.
Submitted by emasis on Sun, 03/30/2014 - 12:29
How would you like to route some teeth for a baffle of your sump? Here is one of the methods I've used.
You could create a "jig" that is re-useable, such as the thumbnail to the right. It provides me with a series of grooves for the router bit's shaft to trace, but over time it melts the material of the jig and has to be replaced. This is a good choice for a few uses, at most.
Submitted by emasis on Sun, 03/30/2014 - 12:21
Due to the abundance of emails, it was time to put some pictures on the site. Here are a number of items I use to build the sumps and other acrylic wares I fabricate. While not everything is absolutely necessary, I find that if you have the right tools on hand, your end result will be better. Keeping track of all these items can be a task, since they scatter during the construction phase...