After roughing out a circular blank on my bandsaw for a Lazy Susan, I needed a way to clean up the edges while keeping the workpiece a perfect circle. To do that, I came up with a simple router-tablet jig. To build it, first rout a slot in the router table, in line with the bit and perpendicular to the front edge of the table. Next, cut a hardwood runner to fit the slot. Butt the runner against the end of the slot and mark the radius of the workpiece on the runner, measuring from the edge of…
de las tecnicas tradicionales de madera, el diseño por computador y el doblado de madera
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Clever and easy to make picture framing jig
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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.