Archives: Jigs

Bessey Auto-Adjust Toggle Clamps

By Todd Fratzel on Jigs

Auto-Adjust Toggle Clamps from Bessey Tools I have a serious fascination with clamps and tell everyone that you simply cannot ever have enough clamps. Clamps are that extra set of hands that help make us work  safer and more productive in the shop and on the job. Bessey Tools recently introduced an improved version of…

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Thin Rip Table Saw Jig

By Todd Fratzel on Jigs

How To Make A Thin Rip Jig Cutting thin strips on the table saw can be quite dangerous and difficult to get precise repetition. One of the approaches to cut thin strips safer is to use a thin rip jig. There are lots of jigs you can buy for this purpose and also lots of…

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How To Make a Tablesaw Crosscut Sled

By Todd Fratzel on Jigs

Precision Tablesaw Crosscut Sled A precision tablesaw crosscut sled is one of the best workshop jigs you can make for woodworking projects. I’ve been putting this project off for such a long time and finally it made it to my priority list. I’ve got a really fun chess board project coming up and this will…

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