|Blog series by Dan Krager||updated 60 days ago||4 parts||6668 reads||17 comments total|
Here is a video I made about a universal precision box joint and small wedge jig. Quick and easy to set up, cheap to make, it replaces the tedious one at a time process usually done. The insidious “creep” of finger joint jigs is eliminated. It safely makes small wedges precisely and cleanly. Thank you for watching. The last 10 seconds got truncated due to a time limit on Photobucket. Better way? <div></div>
I have finally taken pictures and posted on my business blog several jigs that may be of interest. Having scoured LJ I can say these jigs have unique features not seen elsewhere, yet. Yes, they are each a compilation of several sources. And there are several more jigs and items in previous posts that you might find interesting. I’ve spared you the Kerfmaker posting on LJ… :) My blog Thank you for looking.
A flash of inspiration hit me today as I was examining some old 45 blade storage boxes. My draw knife has rattled about loosely in a box with nothing but underwear on (a cardboard tube from paper towels). It was kinda like reaching into a pit of vipers digging around in that box. But now, I have a safe and useful storage “jig”. http://kragerwoodworking.weebly.com/1/post/2012/09/finally-safe-storage-for-draw-knife.html Dan
I’m choosing to blog my router mill build on my own web site with a link from here. I’ve two entries there now. This is a router mill kit I obtained from Mark Sternberg (Mark55) who designed the machine and sells kits. I’m pretty excited about adding this machine to my inventory. It will open up some possibilities in woodworking that I’ve not had even with hand tools. DanK