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The proposed mechanism is designed to select a groove for a mortise door lock.

The device is actually a small milling or, more precisely, tenoning machine, assembled on the basis of an electric drill. Like a milling machine, it has a feed mechanism - a gear rack with a gear and a handle, as well as a sled. There is also a horizontal feed mechanism - two cylindrical rods and a plate with two holes.

An electric drill is fixed on the plate. The device is rigidly fixed with a regular clamp on the door (for this there is a clamp - a section of the channel with two clamping screws), the drill engine is turned on, and the cutting tool is brought to the place chosen for the lock. Further, the tool is deepened into the wood to the desired size and a groove is milled by the vertical feed mechanism.

Sampling a groove for a mortise door lock
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