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Originally Posted by vchiarelli View Post
The second picture (below the plate) is what they used for box joints.
A very simple, useful jig it is. The shots show the first time that I used mine.
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If it helps any....the jig in the last photo was definitely not an Oak Park jig. Rockler now sells a blue version of it. It is a small parts holder for use on router tables and table saws. It also has the angled bar on it's side to allow it to ride against a fence when angled cuts are needed.

I have one of the yellow ones. I don't remember where I bought it, but it has proven to be great for holding small parts to keep your fingers and hands safely away from the cutting point. I added some 80 grit sticky back sand paper to the part holding surfaces, but that is the only improvement that I've made to it. A 2 screw wooden clamp makes a good alternative to this for those on a tight budget, but this jig can be used for a few more holding purposes than the 2 screw clamps can.

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Everything in the pictures! I'm not sure how this forum works, so you can use my email address if you want.
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