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I have a project that requires 1/8 inch 45degree camfer on some very small pieces of wood. I would like to know if someone has made a jig to do this safely.
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Exactly what size and shape are these "very small pieces" This will make a definitive answer possible.

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Here's just one or two ways,the Safety Small Parts Holder

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OR THIS is the cheap way
http://www.grizzly.com/products/6-Hand-Screw/G8063
http://www.grizzly.com/products/8-Hand-Screw/G8064

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I have a project that requires 1/8 inch 45degree camfer on some very small pieces of wood. I would like to know if someone has made a jig to do this safely.
WoodSmith has a small parts Jig, The TV WoodSmith show has a WEB page where they have a lot of free downloads of patterns they use on there show.
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WoodSmith has a small parts Jig, The TV WoodSmith show has a WEB page where they have a lot of free downloads of patterns they use on there show.
Hey Bill - I like that jig. Beats the one I made, I think from a Wood mag plan.

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Hey Bill - I like that jig. Beats the one I made, I think from a Wood mag plan.
Hi that pattern was from Episode 409: Router Jigs & Accessories, WoodShop TV show. They have other patterns to work with a router.

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I have the DVD of the Wood Magazine issue 001 to 202, lots of nice patterns there too.
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