|Project by George_SA||posted 374 days ago||1948 views||14 times favorited||9 comments|
I made this Adjustable Clamping Jig from the weekly tips from Woodsmith and ShopNotes sent by e-mail http://zdima.net/blog/archives/547 The jig was made from scrap wood lying around the shop. The arm with the half circles was reclaimed from another project that did not work out so well. I tried it today and it works quite well.
I made mine a bit bigger than the original plan and I added some runners to give the dowels more wood to hold them when clamping.
-- Integrity is doing the right thing when no one is watching.