I was having a conversation with a firend at work that lurks on this site (I’ll call him Jim to protect his/her anonymity) about a right angle push block for my router table. For some reason (most likely my lack of eloquence) Jim could not figure out just what the heck I was talking about. So … I’m posting a couple of pictures of said jig. It was made from some scrap MDF in about 10 minutes , and it’s dimensions came largely from the size of the scraps. I did round over the edges where the web between the thumb and the rest of my hand rests, and I inserted some dowel sections into the MDF to better hold the screws I put it together with. I put this in as a blog as I just couldn’t call it a ‘project’, finished or otherwise. It’s nowhere near as pretty as a lot of things I see on this site, but I needed it when I built it and functional and quick beat out elegant and slow. And since it works just fine, I’ve never gone back to replace it other than the lead face when it gets torn up.