I woke up early this morning with an idea of using Legos to quickly build an incremental table saw jig. This jig helped me quickly produce a new clamp rack that incorporates my new parallel clamps.
The 1×8 line pieces acted as stop blocks for crosscutting dadoes. (in the future, I’ll use 2×8 pieces to reduce play). When one cut was complete, I removed that line, scooted the board to the next line, and cut another. For my parallel clamps, a line every 6 circles was perfect.
It worked super well. There are plenty of times I don’t care about the actual measurement between the dadoes/holes/etc, but just want an evenly spaced series. This fits the bill quite nicely. More than anything, my head is spinning with all the possibilities of Lego usage moving forward.
-- Keith - Bolivar, Missouri, http://www.SquareOneWoodworks.com