|Review by Chris||posted 05-25-2009 04:38 PM||6602 views||0 times favorited||11 comments|
I was half way into my current project of building a pair of Chimney Bookcases when I realized I would benefit from a shelf pin jig instead of trying to make my own. I have very little time for my hobby lately and so using a pre-made jig is far more cost effective for me so I borrowed this Woodhaven jig from a friend.
The package comes with the pins that let you align it to the side of the workpiece (with extras) as well two other pins (5mm & 1/4”), the 1/4” is shown in the 3rd picture. These pins are used when you must drill a line of holes longer than the jig. You simply slide your jig down and insert the pin through the last hole in the jig and into the last hole in the work piece.
Simple and easy to use… It’s an especially good product for people, like me, who do not require one very often.
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