GRS-16 Series Upgrade Drill Fixture for early tools
Available only at TSOProducts.com
If you are the owner of an early GRS-16 Guide Rail Square which did not come with the M6 accessory mounting hole pattern, you can catch up and add them yourself with the help of a new Drilling Fixture we plan to make available shortly.
CNC machined of solid aluminum the fixture features a rabbet providing the alignment edge while the ends of the fixture are machined to serve as a side reference for either edge of GRS-16 PE and, of course, for the GRS-16.
There’s more: if you have a PTR-18 Triangle, you can use this same fixture to drill and tap the accessory mounting holes found on the MTR-18 Triangle. More later on the wider range of accessories connecting with these mounting holes.
What's included in the box
- GRS-16 Series Upgrade Drill Fixture
- (5mm Tap Drill and M6.0x1.00 Tap not included)
- Dimensions: 8.286 x 1.00 x .50 inches
- Weight: 0.23 LB.
- Material: 6061-T6 aluminum, CNC machined finish
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I clamped the drill fixture to the guide rail square.
Using a 5 mm drill bit in a cordless hand drill, I marked each hole position with the drill bit.
I then removed the clamp and the drill fixture and finished drilling the holes on a drill press.
I tapped them with a 6 mm spiral tap in a cordless drill.
Pretty simple and fast.
Nice little jig, worked as advertised. I used a transfer punch to spot the holes before drilling rather than just using the drill in the hole.