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Universal Mounting Jig

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I like the centering mechanism.

 

But with only 3 bushing holes and being that short it is far from universal. You've got to move it anyways, so why not use a caliper and punch in the first place?

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I like the centering mechanism.

 

But with only 3 bushing holes and being that short it is far from universal. You've got to move it anyways, so why not use a caliper and punch in the first place?


Yes, you need to show the "universal" function----for example; how mounting a Rossi/Look 4 screw toe works with this jig.  Lengthwise adjustment?

Update your site to address questions that will arise.

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According to the video it is for alpine touring bindings. Looks like the basis for a good concept though. 

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"mount any nordic, alpine, or alpine touring binding"

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Sounds intriguing..............How much does this cost????

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So how do you know what to set this to? Will there a comprehensive list of all binding sizes?

 

And indeed, the video says (It'll mount anything!) (snicker), but how is that accomplished with only 2 adjustable guides and on fixed? The center guide is always a fixed distance from (along the ski) from the two adjustable guides. There appears to be no measuring system for moving the jig (required as this sits) along the ski to change this spacing.

 

 

I don't get it, the video says these guys have a combined 40 years experience, 20 in the ski industry and 20 as an engineer. Seems like they made a super wide jig that will mount any SKI that has the pattern for a few bindings. Sure, you can move it around and use different combos of holes, but then you the loose the precision of a jig and whats the point? Is this going to be another knee binding?

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