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  1. #1
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    Apr 2007
    No, not all of SoCal is Los Angeles!

    Right Angle Clamping Aid

    Someone on another forum asked about how these were used. I recall there was a time when the person asking that question could've been me. So, although familiar to many of us, here's the shop made right angle clamping aid for any who have missed it or thought it not useful.

    Attachment 38137Attachment 38138

    Came in handy building my router table.

    Attachment 38139

    P.s. A well tuned TS sled makes them easy to knock out. Mine are 7-1/2" and 10-1/2" on the long sides. Most plans I see are 12" on the long sides but I don't do many cases that large and find these sizes convenient.
    Last edited by glenn bradley; 10-17-2009 at 12:37 PM.
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    Oct 2006
    Tokyo Japan
    Yep, I've got more than a few of those kicking around the Dungeon, whenever I have any thick plywood scraps, they often get made into those corner things.

    I don't notch them out like you do, I just drill some BIG holes with a BIG Forstner bit I have.

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