|DEPTH STOP FOR THE FEIN MULTIMASTER|
↓ The Depth Stop Holder.
↓ The Square Plate is bolted between the two lengths of Base Angle.
↓ The two lengths of Base Angle are fastened with wood screws to a Chipboard Base.
↓ The two M10 studs are used to set the height of the Top Angle.
↓ The slot in the Square Plate is used when adjusting the height of the Top Angle. When the Top Angle height has been set, the Top Angle is secured to the Square Plate by the nut and bolt in the slot.
↓ The Fein has 2 holes tapped M6.
↓ I cut 2 short M6 studs out of some All-Thread and screwed them finger tight into the Fein.
↓ I drilled two 6mm holes in the Top Angle of the Depth Stop.
↓ I attached the Fein to the Top Angle, using the M6 studs and two nuts.
The tool is well balanced and stands up safely on its own, which was an unexpected bonus.
↓ I used a 2mm thick piece of aluminium to help set the blade height.
↓ Lifting the chipboard.
The process left a rough edge so I had a little bit of tidying up to do, which was easy.
Most importantly, the laminate flooring was unmarked.
I removed the ragged edges of the chipboard by nibbling away at them with a sharp half inch wide wood chisel.
The Depth Tool would only go into the corner from one direction, so I had to use the Fein free hand to cut an 8 inch length into the corner.