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Gluing and Assembly Jigs and Helpers

 

Clamping jigs pull mitered corners tightly together

Clamping jigs pull mitered corners tightly together

Because many corner clamps fail to provide adequate pressure, you can improve the strength of mitered corners by constructing one or more pairs of the clamping jigs shown at right. Use 4"- 5" lengths of 1/4" plywood cut 3/4" wide. With your tablesaw miter gauge set to 45°, cut triangular blocks from 3/4" stock.

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