DIY Network


Episode DNYW-1302

Proclaiming them "as important for the workshop as any power tool," host Norm Abram devotes this show to building a variety of jigs. He shows how to create a panel cutting jig for cutting wide panels on the table saw, a tapering jig useful for tapering table legs, a circle cutting jig for the band saw, and a feather board for safely holding stock in place at the saw or at the router. Then we see a jig which accurately guides a plunge router for making adjustable shelf pin holes, an ingenuous jig for mortising louvered doors and shutters, a circle cutting jig for a router, a hinge mortising jig, and a simple device for making box joints.

This is the second of two "Jigs" episodes.


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