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woodworking jigs and shop made tools

Make these jigs and tools to turn your workshop into a safer and more efficient woodworking environment. Have fun!

A sheet of waxed paper protects the base from getting covered with glue squeeze-out.Mitre clamping jig: When gluing up picture frames or mitred moulding pieces, I reach for some wedges and the mitre clamping jig. The jig is easy to make from scrap pieces. Simply screw a square block to one corner of a plywood base and add two straight strips to the opposite outer edges of the base.

Lee Valley Tools - Woodworking Newsletter

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This scratch stock can handle straight cuts as well as inside curves (with the cutter on the end).

Lee Valley Tools - Woodworking Newsletter

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That long level that's lying around makes a surprising fence for table saws, routers and router tables.

Table Saw Tips and Tricks

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Cut the board, not your fingers

Tips for a Better Rip Cut

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Down-cutting spiral bits push down on the wood’s surface. The result is a clean, tear-out-free shearing cut. Down-cutting spiral bits work especially well for trimming or cutting through delicate veneers, melamine, laminates and highly figured woods.

Take one heavy pass and a very light final pass.

An interesting router table mitering concept. Keep the stock on the suggested side of the fence ALWAYS!

Box Making 101: Cutting miters on a router table?

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Climb Cutting/Chip Cutting

Climb Cutting/Chip Cutting

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Climb Cutting/Chip Cutting

Climb Cutting/Chip Cutting

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scroll saw push stick design

Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts - Shop-made Push Sticks

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Great magnetic feather board idea could easily accommodate a double or even triple stacked feather board approach with slight modifications.

World Of Wood: Magnetic Featherboard

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If you don't have a circular saw cut the piece roughly with a jig saw or even hand saw and clean it up to a perfect factory-style edge with your router and a straight edge. I've even done it with butcher block counters! No wonder they say the router is the most versatile tool in the shop!

World Of Wood: Cutting Plywood - Final Cuts

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Here's a detail of the pinning idea for threaded rod bar clamps I posted earlier.

World Of Wood: Shop-Build Clamps

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wood clamp shop built - Yahoo Image Search Results

wood clamp shop built - Yahoo Image Search Results

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True Parallel Clamps

True Parallel Clamps

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True Parallel Clamps

True Parallel Clamps

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No matter how many clamps you have, there’s always a project that ...

World Of Wood: Shop-Build Clamps

World Of Wood: Shop-Build Clamps

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World Of Wood: Shop-Build Clamps

World Of Wood: Shop-Build Clamps

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Using a narrow 3.5" space this idea for a whiteboard for plans and measurements is a real space saver. On the cupboard below racks for saw blades and sandpaper or even past issues of Fine Woodworking. An idea that adapts well from kitchen tp workshop. The whiteboard could also be a pegboard.

Clever Cabinet - Fine Homebuilding Article

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Double-Duty Push Stick - The Woodworker's Shop - American Woodworker

Not a jig but a great tip.

Vacuum Glue into a Crack - Woodworking Shop - American Woodworker

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