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Thread: another 50 cent jig....for sq. inside corners

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    another 50 cent jig....for sq. inside corners

    when i make multi-pain cabinet doors i`ll assemble `em as regular cope-n-stick doors only no panels, sand `em flat and rout the majority of the back of the sticking cut off with a rabbiting bit. whats left is round corners like so;
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    to mark the lines to chisel is a fussy thing using a square or straight edge so i pick up a scrap off the floor and take `er to the chopsaw like so;
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    place the scrap into the corner like so;
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    and marking both sides of the corner is pretty painless and quick.
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    Tod,
    Neat idea, I will have to try that the next time!
    thanks!!
    john

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    Oh boy, that is slick, that one gets archived for sure!

    Thanks Tod!
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    Fantastic, simple quick and effective... what else could one ask for?
    Thanks Tod
    Best regards,
    Toni

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    Tod, I don't post much but I look nearly everyday. The little jigs that you show are really handy and economical. Just the other day I made your shelf pin jig from scrap for a set of bookcases.

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    50 cents? You're paying WAY too much for your scrap lumber, Tod.

    Great, simple idea.
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