By Sandor Nagyszalanczy
This e-book, within the "Complete Illustrated Guide" structure covers jigs and furnishings, a subject matter of perennial curiosity to woodworkers. Jigs are like clamps. because the asserting is going, "You can by no means have adequate of them." Jigs, easily placed, are units, occasionally shop-made yet now frequently on hand commercially to permit woodworkers to do anything greater than as soon as. for instance, a few jigs are fences that be sure immediately cuts or templates able to guiding instruments to create a undeniable form time after time. Woodworkers love jigs and furnishings for a similar cause they're attracted to woodworking-designing them is ready knowing the best way to do whatever. All woodworkers are secretly engineers and inventors, and jig layout and building is how to indulge that desire. a few woodworkers love jig-making loads, they by no means construct whatever yet. easy or intricate, jigs are a vital a part of woodworking. This booklet, authored by way of favorite woodworking writer, Sandor Nagyszalanczy, is prepared like his profitable 1994 booklet "Workshop Jigs and Fixtures," in line with functionality. This procedure permits woodworkers to both construct the jig precisely as proven or regulate it to fit a wide selection of reasons. (Another factor woodworkers like is having choices.)
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When you need to draw a line parallel to the edge of a workpiece to mark for a row of screw holes or a piece of hardware, try this timesaving trick: Grasp a sharp pencil tightly with your finger, then press your fingertips against the edge of the workpiece. Carefully extend the pencil so that the point contacts the wood at the desired marking distance. Now draw the pencil along the workpiece, keeping your fingertips pressed tightly against the edge, as shown above. With a little practice, you’ll be surprised at how precise and straight a line you can mark this way.
SECTION 3 Finishing As with any other woodworking project, finishing is the last step in creating stable and durable jigs and fixtures. A quick coat of finish on raw wood, plywood, and even MDF and hardboard serves to protect the wood from moisture and to reduce the effects of humidity, which might otherwise split solid parts or warp flat panels. A sturdy finish can also improve a jig’s wear resistance and make it easier to clean. In contrast to finishing furniture or cabinets made from fine hardwoods, the task of finishing jigs and fixtures is considerably less demanding.
Take a piece of hardboard that’s long enough and wide enough for the task at hand, and use a miter box and handsaw or a powered miter saw to cut it to the desired angle (A). -deep groove centered on the wide face of the MDF strip, and glue the non-angled edge of the hardboard piece into the groove (B). Because the fence overhangs both faces of the hardboard, you can flip the marking gauge over to draw an angle that slopes in either direction. A dovetail-marking gauge is terrifically useful for laying out dovetail joints to be cut by hand (C).