Looking for a well built tapering jig [Archive] - Sawmill Creek ...

Looking for a well built tapering jig [Archive] - Sawmill Creek ...

Accurate & Safe Table Saw Cuts | Woodsmith Tips                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Accurate & Safe Table Saw Cuts | Woodsmith Tips More

On-the-Money Miter Jig Woodworking Plan, Workshop & Jigs Jigs & Fixtures Workshop & Jigs $2 Shop Plans

On-the-Money Miter Jig Woodworking Plan, Workshop & Jigs Jigs & Fixtures Workshop & Jigs $2 Shop Plans

Improve dust and chip collection with this homemade woodworking jig.

Improve dust and chip collection with this homemade woodworking jig.

Nice little router jig tip!

Nice little router jig tip!

Clever solve for a common problem when working with clamps. I like how the notch means you can keep the pieces true.

Clever solve for a common problem when working with clamps. I like how the notch means you can keep the pieces true.

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Making a Small Parts Mitering Jig - Free Woodworking Jig Project from Woodworker's Journal

Making a Small Parts Mitering Jig - Free Woodworking Jig Project from Woodworker's Journal

Woodworking Jigs | Woodworking Jigs http://americanwoodworker.com/blogs/tips/archive/2008 ...

Woodworking Jigs | Woodworking Jigs http://americanwoodworker.com/blogs/tips/archive/2008 ...

Right Angle Braces - Wood Mag Tip of the Day For each pair, start with a 12″ square of 3⁄4″ Baltic-birch plywood and cut it in half diagonally. Then cut notches for the clamps, above. You can vary sizes to suit larger or smaller projects. The braces help with more than glue-ups. Clamp a pair to a chest, above, to support the lid as you install hinges.

Right Angle Braces - Wood Mag Tip of the Day For each pair, start with a 12″ square of 3⁄4″ Baltic-birch plywood and cut it in half diagonally. Then cut notches for the clamps, above. You can vary sizes to suit larger or smaller projects. The braces help with more than glue-ups. Clamp a pair to a chest, above, to support the lid as you install hinges.

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