a couple weeks ago I designed and built a bunch of skate board racks for a customer that is opening a new pro shop. I made a prototype that worked very well but after showing it to them, they wanted space to store 130 boards. That was much more than I thought it was going to be so I knew I needed to make a jig to make the routing portion of the job faster, easier, and accurate. I just dug in the scrap bin and in no time had a jig that fit the bill perfectly. Once I used a tape and marked the layout, it just took a couple clamps and I was ready to go. I had to cut nineteen slots in each of seven 1x8's. It made the job quick, easy, and accurate. I love jigs! Here's what it looks like....