As a woodshop teacher, I believe in “jigging up” to make projects easy and repeatable.

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As a woodshop teacher, I believe in "jigging up" to make projects easy and repeatable, especially because each operation will be repeated by 20–25 students in each class. An example is this drawer-pull jig, which features a V-shape centering window, shown. The window makes the jig work even if the drawers are different sizes. Just center your line in the window, drill, and repeat.
—Shane Burk, Lubbock, Texas