Home Workshop Jigs and Fixtures

Home Workshop Jigs and Fixtures

Home Workshop Jigs and Fixtures

With over 170 colour photographs, 120 plans and graphs, and clear, straightforward text, this book offers woodworkers a golden opportunity to take their shop and skills to the next level with a full-range of scrap-wood problem-solving projects. You will have the ability to make every machine and portable power tool better and safer to use. The projects include jigs for cutting splines and box joints at the tablesaw, a dead-accurate tablesaw jig, a multi-function drill-press table, bandsaw resaw jig, several go-to router jigs, a circular saw plywood guide, and so much more. For the most part, the jigs and fixtures are made from materials lying around the shop. Some store-bought hardware may be needed for the construction. In many instances, you will find yourself using some of the key jigs and fixtures again and again. When it comes to machining wood safely and precisely, you will find this incredibly useful guide earning its keep in your shop from day one!

Woodshop Jigs Fixtures

Woodshop Jigs   Fixtures

Woodshop Jigs Fixtures

This source book will help both beginners and experienced woodworkers create accurate, safe jigs and fixtures that cater for almost any need. Features include: the building blocks required to make all jigs and fixtures - including fences, carriages, tables and stops; how to conceptualize the jig then build it to cater for a particular job; materials used and construction techniques; and safety instructions and controlling dust.

Making Jigs and Fixtures

Making Jigs and Fixtures

Making Jigs and Fixtures

This step-by-step pictorial manual shows how to design and build jigs for every operation in the shop, choose materials for strength and durability, and where to purchase particular hardware. Includes a special section with detailed plans and instructions for 12 jigs and fixtures. 135 photos. 165 two-color illustrations.

Jigs Fixtures for the Hand Tool Woodworker

Jigs   Fixtures for the Hand Tool Woodworker

Jigs Fixtures for the Hand Tool Woodworker

When traditional woodworkers wanted to improve the speed, accuracy and repeatability of their work, they developed clever jigs and fixtures such as shooting boards, a flexible straight edge and a grasshopper gauge. But the vast majority of these devices disappeared when power tool woodworking took over in the 20th century. Jigs & Fixtures for the Hand Tool Woodworker changes all that. It reintroduces traditional user-made devices, and expands upon those with more recent adaptations, and even some manufactured items. Most of the user-made jigs are simple to construct and use and once you've tried them in your workshop you'll quickly see they will make all the difference between frustration and success in your woodworking.

Fine Woodworking on More Proven Shop Tips

Fine Woodworking on More Proven Shop Tips

Fine Woodworking on More Proven Shop Tips

Here's more proven shop tips direct from issues 48-78 of Fine Woodworking magazine. The previous edition sold over 100,000 copies. Illustrations.

The Jigs Fixtures Bible

The Jigs   Fixtures Bible

The Jigs Fixtures Bible

Let the "Dean of Home Workshop Writers," R.J. DeCristoforo, show you how to make the most of your tools and your workshop. The Jigs & Fixtures Bible collects the last several years of his popular "Cris Cuts" column from the pages of Popular Woodworking magazine and supplements them with special tips, tricks and advice. &break;&break;Through chapters such as "Put the Mortiser to Work" and "Know Your Band Saw," DeCristoforo provides you with a lifetime of invaluable woodworking knowledge, including: &break;&break; an overview of the 10 tools that deserve a permanent place in your shop&break; the basics of table saw angles&break; the best joints for every project and material&break; methods for overcoming the effects of warping&break; three great jigs for your table saw that can cut circles and even bowls&break; advice for getting the best performance out of your band saw and jointer&break; directions for building your own band saw and table saw master jigs&break; professional handsaw maintenance techniques&break; the tricks to making useful and beautiful modular furniture &break; and much more! &break;&break;DeCristoforo writes with a simplicity and directness that makes new concepts clear, while providing you with jigs, guides and ideas to make your work easier, safer and more accurate. You'll learn to expand your power tools' usefulness far beyond manufacturers' specifications and elevate your woodworking to the level of craftsmanship.

Taunton s Complete Illustrated Guide to Jigs Fixtures

Taunton s Complete Illustrated Guide to Jigs   Fixtures

Taunton s Complete Illustrated Guide to Jigs Fixtures

30+ projects for making jewellery, gifts, home goods, and fashion accessories. Each project is made from fabric scraps and bits that can be found in a home or at a charity shop or car boot sale. With step-by-step instructions that ensure successful results, these projects are creative, original and affordable.

Quick Easy Jigs and Fixtures

Quick   Easy Jigs and Fixtures

Quick Easy Jigs and Fixtures

Simple, Astonishingly Effective Jigs You've Never Seen Anywhere Else Add speed, accuracy and ease to almost every operation in your shop with this book of 16 ingenious jigs, clever workshop aids and amazing devices that you simply cannot buy in any store. These jigs are the helping hands that turn a bench-pounding frustrating glue-up into a calm, controlled and confident operation. They're the things that tool manufacturers should have added to all your tools, and they're the time-saving shortcuts you wish you'd thought of. • Cut accurate tenons on any curved shape with a one-piece table saw jig. • Trick your drill press to bore accurate mortises at any conceivable angle. • Sculpt elegant raised-panel doors with the safest and most adjustable jig ever. • Turn parts of any length (yes, any length) without ever moving your lathe's tool rest. • Secure parts of any shape to your bench with ever-obedient bench dogs and dirt-simple cradles. • Draw accurate arcs and circles that are out of range of all commercial compasses.