|Project by Sandra||posted 172 days ago||3305 views||42 times favorited||31 comments|
This is a blatant copy of LJ David Craig’s jigs. Thanks David!
While for many this might not qualify as a ‘project’, I wanted to show how easy but practical these are. I used a scrap piece of 3/4” plywood, cut to size on my TS, did the angles on my CMS, drilled the holes with my impact driver and cut out the notches using my jigsaw. It’s going to take me longer to clean up than it did to make these.
The corners are cut off for glue run-off, and I presume the holes are for hanging them when not in use.
I needed these for my next project which will be a cart for cutoffs. I intend to use the jigs to clamp the upright dividers. I had looked at a similar jig in the Lee Valley catalogue, but knew I’d find a better solution on this site.
It was a very satisfying hour in the shop. Thanks again David.
-- No, I don't want to buy the pink hammer.