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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-11-2019, 11:33 AM
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I remember seeing an idea for holding doors upright. The advantage of the clamp shown is how it handles different thicknesses, although you could use shims for the homemade one. This is like an extension of Chucks idea.
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I remember seeing an idea for holding doors upright. The advantage of the clamp shown is how it handles different thicknesses, although you could use shims for the homemade one. This is like an extension of Chucks idea.
instead of the hinge use a thin plywood cut cross grain...
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for pocket screw assembly, I like using the right angle clamp that has a post that fits into the pocket screw hole. Does a good job, especially if you make sure all your cuts are exactly 90 degrees (Wixey digital angle gauge).
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I remember seeing an idea for holding doors upright. The advantage of the clamp shown is how it handles different thicknesses, although you could use shims for the homemade one. This is like an extension of Chucks idea.
I good finish carpenter always used to have at least one of those in his gear, with the 1/2" plywood like Stick commented on. Also had the same thing a foot wide with 2 casters on it to move those big heavy solid core doors around.
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