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RogerInColorado

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#1 posted 566 days ago

I made mine using just scraps cut to make right triangles. The important thing is to clamp the jigs so that the clamping surface is in about the middle of the miter. In looking at waho6o9’s version, they may offer another level of flexibility because they can be used for gluing other configurations than 45 degree miters. That’s all I had in mind when I built mine. The really nice part beyond being cheap is, you can build them and use them before the purchased ones arrive in the mail. I applied sticky back sandpaper the to the bottoms to prevent slip, the same function provided by the rubber strips in the blokz version. Sandpaper doesn’t get lost in the drawer, though.


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