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Drill a hole through a 2x4 block and put a threaded rod through it. The rod will be placed at one end of the panel clamp (Image 1). After securing the panels into the jig, turn the rod to squeeze the panels together. Use a spacer block between the end of the rod and the end of the block.
Attach the 2x4 block with the threaded rod to a piece of plywood (Image 2).
Attach another block on the opposite end of the plywood. If you frequently work on 3/4" panels, substitute 3/4" blocks instead of 2x4s.
Attach another piece of plywood to the block without the threaded rod with a hinge.
Place a piece of wax paper over the bottom piece of plywood, so the panels do not become glued to the board.
Position panels in the jig (Image 1), then place a spacer board between the end panel and the threaded rod so the end of the rod will not damage the panel (Image 2).
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