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    4 square on the planer

    another 2 min. 2 buck throw-away jig, if ya` have lotsa parts to square up using the planer makes sense but if the parts are narrow it`s kinda hard to keep `em from rolling over in the machine. here`s how i deal with the issue...tod

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    Hey, that works!

    Sweet!
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    Steve Clardy Guest

    A holder for the tall edgeing, squaring.

    Another cheap home made gizzmo
    Last edited by Steve Clardy; 10-20-2007 at 05:29 PM.

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    Steve how do you like you PC dovetail jig?

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    I like it Tod. I've seen something similar to do tapers through the planer.

    Steve, Not sure I understand what yours is for.

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    Steve Clardy Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Klug View Post
    Steve how do you like you PC dovetail jig?
    Its ok for the price. Does my drawers. Thats all I need it for.

    Some of the brackets holding the templates could be made out of heavier metal though.

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    Steve Clardy Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Nelson View Post
    I like it Tod. I've seen something similar to do tapers through the planer.

    Steve, Not sure I understand what yours is for.
    Mine is also for squaring, planeing the board edge.

    The cutouts are to clear the rollers and cutter head.
    I c-clamp the ends to the infeed-outfeed tables.
    Just space them apart for whatever thickness board you need to run through.

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    Simple and effective. Good tip.
    I like simple.
    Thanks Tod.

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