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Gluing and Assembly Jigs and Helpers

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clamping

Glue the blocks to the plywood strips and when dry, clamp the frame corners as shown.

-- John Tanzini, Hamilton Square, N.J.

Clamps

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gstanley70 wrote:

I print the page to a PDF file and save it to a folder on my computer. I can then view or print at will.

1/29/2011 10:28:15 AM Report Abuse
Brett St.Clair wrote:

I've made several of these. They work fantastic. Tightens them miters right up. The beauty of these is that you can clamp the jigs to the frame pieces before even applying glue to the miter surfaces. Once glued then its just a matter of adding the last clamp to hold the pieces together. As an add on tip to what john880 wrote... pieces of an old worn sanding belt from a belt sander work great for the adding to the contact surfaces.

1/27/2011 11:47:05 AM Report Abuse
stoddard wrote:

I wish I could have used this concept when I made some tri-angle shaped flag cases. The angles would have had to be different but the same concept could be used.

12/9/2010 10:04:20 AM Report Abuse
cpitts2876975 wrote:

The 45* blocks need to be as long as the joint or the clamps will compress only the outer part of the joint and allow the inner to separate. Don't ask me how I know this...

4/30/2010 07:23:25 AM Report Abuse
dabauer1701e wrote:

I've made something similar to these and they work pretty well.

4/30/2010 06:00:27 AM Report Abuse
jckimmesjr wrote:

Wish I would have seen this a week ago. Will have to make a bunch. Looks like they'd be the cat's meow~!!

4/29/2010 04:02:02 PM Report Abuse
john880 wrote:

Glue a fine grain sand papper, THAT HAS, a good backing. To the 1/4" base that has the contact with the piece.~~ Far better grip on you jig !!!

4/29/2010 10:35:53 AM Report Abuse
schultz8261 wrote:

Haven't tried it but it looks like it will work C.

4/29/2010 10:09:21 AM Report Abuse

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