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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 01-27-2016, 08:35 PM
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Show me your favorite jig(s). Share pictures and comments about the shop built jig or jigs that help you the most.
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I like my pocket hole plug cutting jig. She's far from being as pretty as many or most of the ones shown previous to it, but she does her job.
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This little angle cutting jig, also for the band saw, works nice for cutting diamonds and such.
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Then there is everybody's standby -the band saw circle cutting jig.

Mine isn't greatly different than others, but adding more sliding table to the left of the blade, a stop [so the cut starts just in front of the blade] does make improvements.

Because you just push the wood into the blade until the jig stops, then start turning, you don't have to size the wood, prior to making a spin cut.

Having more table to the left of the blade both works as a counter balance and reduces the amount of saw dust thrown on the table, as opposed to being drawn down the throat plate.
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Not to be out done by those who posted really beautiful, complex jigs, I figure I should post my cork cutting jig.
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Then there is the short, sweet and simple - for band saw log sawing.
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I like my pocket hole plug cutting jig. She's far from being as pretty as many or most of the ones shown previous to it, but she does her job.
This is really great. Matching would be so much easier with this thing.
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Then there is the short, sweet and simple - for band saw log sawing.
I have a great piece of Ash trunk that needs this treatment. I only have a 6 inch band saw, however. so please join in on the Delta 14 inch Bandsaw (Riser) uprising post and please help a poor Delta bandsaw user out.
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Smile CRB-7 Box

loved this box and am attempting one of my own
any dimensions or other picts would be greatly appreciated.
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