Fret ye not*, Gill, if it's the one I think it is, 'tis a terrible jig and you're well out of it.Gill":rgo6y4kv said:Of course, it was only after I'd got the components for the tapering jig that I found out you can buy an aluminium jobbie from Axminster for less than a tenner in their current sale.
Thanks Alf - that's reassuring . All it took to make my own jig was two strips of 18mm plywood, some small offcuts, a hinge and a couple of nuts, bolts, washers etc. I was pleasantly surprised at how well it worked, too. Here's a teaser for a project that's going to be completed after I get to Stoneleigh and buy some acrylic lacquer:Alf":14czghep said:'tis a terrible jig and you're well out of it.
I am always buying some kind of jig usually from the USA, it's not always worth the time to make them & also they are more accurate when buying them, although some are rarely used. apart from Rockler & Eagle America another good site is a different place, www.a different place.com great stuff & different but not cheap, i just bought their biscuit master its really good.Mcluma":2pnk6ox4 said:The only jigs I have bought are a
Kitchen worktop jig
The rest i make up as I need them