The Jayne Redman® Wire and Tube Cutting Jig is the perfect tool for hands free measuring and cutting of a wide range of materials and dimensions. Move the Stop up or down the 6″ Jig body and screw down the knurled knob to set the length of material to be cut. A 2mm setback in the V Channel Insert allows material of a smaller gauge to slide under the Stop and not slip up when the wire is cut. The opposite side of the V Channel does not have a setback and is flush with the face. Slide the Stop off the Jig and rotate it so the knurled knob is on the left. You will now be able to cut small gauge material to less than 2mm in length. For smooth movement of the Stop, push from the center.
Use the saw guide left or right handed by unscrewing the Thumbscrew and inserting it into the Saw Guide from the opposite end. Rotate the Saw Guide with the V Channel on top and screw the Thumbscrew into the Jig, lining up the Stabilizing Plug in the adjacent hole. Remove the Saw Guide entirely to flush cut wire.
For Hands free use screw through the beveled hole in the upper left of the Jig and into your bench top. Or remove one of the screws from the Aluminum surface of your Jayne Redman® Rotational Bench Pin. Use it to screw directly through both the beveled hole in the upper left of the Jig and the Aluminum Surface into the Rotational base.
The Jayne Redman® Wire and Tube Cutting Jig can be found in the Tools Shop