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Table Saw L-Fence

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Tapering Jig For Table Saws - YouTube

Tapering Jig For Table Saws. This is a simple and effective jig, but I'd add a couple toggle clamps to the moving leg to use as holddowns on the work piece. Otherwise, it's a kickback waiting to happen.

WoodRiver Guide Rail Angle Jig Presented by Woodcraft - YouTube

WoodRiver Guide Rail Angle Jig Presented by Woodcraft

Nailing drawer boxes together used to frustrate me as I tried to steady the wobbly parts while keeping them aligned and trying to drive a nail. This clamping jig adds stability to this ungainly process. You can make the jig to whatever size best suits your needs, but the dimensions shown will accommodate very large and fairly small boxes. Build the jig from any type of scrap stock; you’ll find the star knobs and T-tracks at woodworking supply stores. —Lynn Lawrenz, Algoma, Wis.

Nailing drawer boxes together used to frustrate me as I tried to steady the wobbly parts while keeping them aligned and trying to drive a nail. This clamping jig adds stability to this ungainly process.

My Miter Saw Station... with Planer Garage - by dakotawood @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

Finally put the finishing touches on my latest shop project. I received the Bosch Glide Saw for Christmas, so I knew I had to research and build a miter saw station. From the get go I knew this would be a possible way to get my planer out of sight.

Awesome cross cut sled with extension fence and adjustable kerf for dado cuts.

I made this crosscut sled from plans I found in Shop Notes magazine. I'd have to say that this is easily my favorite shop jig. The adjustable dado feature is incredibly .

10 Tricks for Tighter Joints By Luke Hartle 1. Cauls distribute pressure It’s not easy to get enough squeeze in the middle of a big box to force home dado or biscuit joints. Big cauls are the answer.  A caul is simply a thick, straight board. I make my cauls from stiff wood, such as hard maple, but any wood will do. The wider and thicker the caul, the less …

AW Extra 2/21/13 - 10 Tricks for Tighter Joints

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