200 Original Shop Aids and Jigs for Woodworkers

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 1983 - House & Home - 368 pages
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Complete plans for building 80 jigs that let you cut right angles with a circular saw, rip and crosscut with a scroll saw, cut compound angles for inside and outside corners, bend, shape and cut metal parts—plus turn a portable electric drill into a mini-drill press. “Great ideas, simply illustrated and explained.”—Wooden Boat. “Generously shares hundreds of professional tips.”—Workbench.
 

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Woodworking is easy to get lost in when you consider all the ways to cut wood. This guide breaks it down in simple 1 or 2 page blurbs that give you great advice and tips on not just making jigs, but shop tricks of the trade that will save time and expand your toolbox of wordworking techniques. A great read! 

Contents

PART IMaking And Using Jigs And Aids
1
Handsaw
2
Sabre Saw
5
Portable Circular Saw
10
Scroll Saw
19
Band Saw
28
Table and Radial Arm Saw
34
Portable Drill
60
Miscellaneous
196
Prelects
221
ThirtySix Segment Redwood Planter
222
DualFunction Chessboard
231
GoldTooled Desk Top
242
Oak Hall Butler
248
FingerJoint Coffee Mill
265
Sculpted Dolphin Clock
275

Drill Press
68
Router
84
Lathe
91
Sanders
96
Assembly
104
Metalwork
108
Tips And Techniques
121
Sawing
122
Surfacing and Shaping
157
Sanding
173
Assembly
185
Picket Fence Howto
282
How to Build a Better Gate
304
Barbecue Pantry
318
Swinging Storage Cabinet
323
Wall Wine Rack
329
Appendix
333
Shop Safety
335
Specialty Hardware
340
Index
351
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