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How to Construct a Shooting Board for Miter Cuts

A shooting board must be made with meticulous precision. Follow these step-by-step instructions.

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Top 48 Jigs Projects

  1. 1. Smart Select Jig Saw (01:32)

    Takes the guesswork out of sawing with its easy-to-use adjustment dial.

  2. 2. Porter Cable Omnijig (03:19)

    This jig makes custom dovetail joinery easy for any woodworker.

  3. 3. Joining Tips for Perfect Joint (00:01:00)

    Joining technique quick tips help create a perfectly smooth finished joint.

  4. 4. Uniform Hole Spacing on a Drill Press

    Follow these step-by-step instructions for constructing a jig to ensure evenly-spaced holes when drilling.

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  5. 5. Tapering Jig for a Table Saw (05:23)

    Fabricate your own tapering jig with tips from host David Thiel.

  6. 6. Using a Crosscut Jig

    DIY host David Thiel explains tips for adding a crosscut table in order to cut large pieces of plywood.

  7. 7. Cutting Perfect Stringers (02:12)

    Create perfect stairway stringers with this efficient method.

  8. 8. Kreg Jig Essential Wood Tool (00:01:00)

    A kreg jig is a must when building custom doors to use on cabinets.

  9. 9. Viewer Jig: Board Center Finder

    Host David Thiel shows how to make a jig that can easily help find and mark the center of a board.

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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  10. 10. Great Jig Shortcut (03:26)

    Make your own cross-cut sled jig to add more stability to your table saw.

  11. 11. High Tech (20:00)

    Host Chris Grundy checks out a selection of high-tech tools.

  12. 12. Inventive Ball Drilling Jig (03:36)

    Fabricate a jig for drilling perfectly centered holes in wooden balls.

  13. 13. How to Make a Tabletop Disassembly Jig

    When you're pulling apart a piece of furniture, it's hard not to damage the wood or the finish. Here's how to make a special jig that c...

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  14. 14. How To Use A Tenoning Jig

    This mini-course demonstrates how to use a tenoning jig.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  15. 15. Artisans (20:00)

    Chris highlights tools to bring out your artistic side.

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