Make Woodworking Jigs for your Wood Shop
Woodworking Jigs - Work More Consistently with Woodworking Jigs
Not all woodworking tasks are cut and dried. Woodworking jigs can make a number of tasks in the woodshop much easier and more consistent. With jigs for cutting box joints, featherboards to hold stock tightly against a table or fence, jigs for cutting panels or circular forms on a band saw, there are plenty of woodworking jigs to make woodworking...
Shop-Built Woodworking Jigs
Many woodworking plans call for pieces that can most easily (and safely) be formed by using a woodworking jig. Fortunately, many of these woodworking jigs can be made right in your wood shop. Learn how to build many typical woodworking jigs that you can use over and over again in your woodworking projects.
Make and Use a Circular Saw Measuring Jig
There are times where you may find yourself without a table saw. However, if you have a circular saw and a straight-edge, you may be able to work almost as quickly and accurately as if you had a table saw. How? With a circular saw measuring jig. Learn how to make and use this simple but extremely effective woodworking tool accessory.
Woodworking Jigs for Perfect Cross-Cuts & Panel Cutting
Learn how to make a crosscut and panel cutting jig, plus a rip cutting jig with these free plans. These are easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions that allow even a novice woodworker to build and use them within minutes. Download the detailed drawings today!
Woodworking Jigs: Panel Cutting and Ripping Jigs
Build a crosscut and panel cutting jig or a rip cutting jig with these free woodworking plans. Download the easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions that allow even a novice woodworker to build and use them within minutes.
Tips for Building Custom Woodworking Jigs
For many woodworking tasks, the safest and easiest way to precisely complete the task is with a woodworking jig. For instance, in many cases where an unusual cut may be required, you may be best served by designing and building a custom jig. Learn some tips for building custom jigs, so you can work safely in the woodshop.
Cut Circles on the Rockwell Blade Runner
Think of the Rockwell Blade Runner as part jig saw, part scroll saw. This unique, but very useful tool can also be used to cut out circles, using a circle cutting jig made from some 1/4-inch plywood and a few woodworking clamps. While the jig doesn't cut as smoothly on the Rockwell Blade Runner as it would on a band saw, it still is quite...