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Workin’ With What You Got – Part 3 "Doing a Jig"

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Blog entry by Randy Price posted 05-21-2011 04:21 PM 729 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch


A note of explanation about part 3 -


I would normally do dual posts of my blog on Lumberjocks and www.randallprice.com but as this post is very photo intensive and I had alignment issues with the photos on my site so I didn’t attempt the dual post and instead provided a link to the post which opens in a new window.



http://www.randallprice.com/jigs-and-fixtures/workin-with-what-you-got-part-3/



Randy
http://www.randallprice.com

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#1 posted 05-21-2011 05:40 PM

Randy, thanks for posting these. it’s good to see how such great work can come from such prosaic-looking jigs. When i first started woodworking, I thought jigs had to be made out of high quality stuff to work. I’ve since learned that particle board is pretty damn flat and super cheap to boot. Not the perfect material for all applications, but more than excellent for certain ones.

my router table is just about as stripped down as yours :-)

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