|Project by Bricofleur||posted 1240 days ago||3939 views||23 times favorited||11 comments|
Having seen such jig in a woodworking magazine, I decided to make one to put to use in my shop. I like to use a biscuit joiner and I know cutting slots at the end of narrow sticks (read stiles) is quite a challenge. With this jig, no problem at all! The front hook keeps the jig steady while I push on the tool to make the biscuit slots and both sides are well supported.
As expected, it was fun to build. And of course, I used scraps of 3/4’’ thick MDF.
I added all the details and more photos on my blog.
Thanks for your comments.
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