Quick Jigs for Flat and Square Glue-ups

The Ultimate Easy Jig for Flat & Square Glue-Ups

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Equerres d’assemblage 90° maison / Homemade 90° Assembly Brackets

When mounting corner blocks to reinforce a frame or case, use a clamp block on the outside to provide a flat surface for secure clamping and to prevent damage to parts. For example, to mount corner blocks on the table shown, make a clamp block with a notch from 3/4"-thick scrap. Then glue and clamp the corner block in place. Now drill the mounting holes. (We used a combination drill and countersink bit to do this.)

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When mounting corner blocks to reinforce a frame or case, use a clamp block on the outside to provide a flat surface for secure clamping and to prevent damage to parts. For example, to mount corner bl

Tackle any mending job or woodworking project with these Specialty Clamp Tools. The Set of 2 90-Degree Clamps (7"W x 7"D x 1-1/2"H, each) works as adjustable co

Tackle any mending job or woodworking project with these Specialty Clamp Tools. The Set of 2 Clamps x x each) works as adjustable co - My Woodworking Shed

A cabinet that's out of square is like a house built on a foundation that's not level. Good luck getting doors to hang right! When you glue and clamp up a case, use a couple of “squaring blocks” to make sure the case has 90-degree corners. Clamp the blocks to the case before putting the final squeeze on the case's clamps. This type of squaring block is very easy to make. First, cut a piece of plywood about 8 in. square. (Make sure the inside corner is truly square by testing it with a…

10 Dirt-Simple Woodworking Jigs You Need

A cabinet that's out of square is like a house built on a foundation that's not level. Good luck getting doors to hang right! When you glue and clamp up a case, use a couple of “squaring blocks” to make sure the case has 90-degree corners. Clamp the blocks to the case before putting the final squeeze on the case's clamps. This type of squaring block is very easy to make. First, cut a piece of plywood about 8 in. square. (Make sure the inside corner is truly square by testing it with a…

Universal Fence Clamps with Clamp-It™, Special Offer!

Rockler Universal Fence Clamps with Clamp-It® Square

Rockler Universal Fence Clamps with Clamp-It® Square, Special Offer

Clamps are a woodworker's best friend... until you need to clamp two non-parallel surfaces. There are specialty clamps for picture frames, cabinet making, and other 90 degree applications but you'll also find yourself facing a 45 degree or 30 degree angle every so often. When faced with a 45 degree angle, if you're like me, you'll first try to use a bar clamp with a pivoting head. Friction will allow the clamp to work if your surfaces are close to parallel or if your wood is rather rough…

Clamping at ANY Angle

Clamps are a woodworker's best friend. until you need to clamp two non-parallel surfaces. There are specialty clamps for picture frames, cabinet making, and other.

Jig to assist 90 degree corner clamping.

Corner Clamp Jig

When you are working on your own to make furniture or projects, it's always handy to have a trick or two up your sleeve. This handy corner clamp jig is one of those!

Pretty smart for an old timer

Yet another simple idea that I either never thought of or had forgotten (same end result) : pinner said: If you clamp them to a carpenters square you not only get a true 90 degree angle you leave your hands free to drill the screw into place.

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for years I've had a couple of pieces of angle welded at approx 90 degrees, the angle drifted out as the weld cooled, and I've been.

IRWIN Tools QUICK-GRIP 90-Degree Right Angle Clamp (226410) #DIY

IRWIN Tools QUICK-GRIP Right Angle Clamp Composite plastic body and steel screws Right angle clamp designed to hold material up to 3 inches thick at 90 degrees Holds up to 200 pounds of pressure Ideal for holding larger corner items and crown molding

I made a corner clamp out of a couple of squares, some epoxy and a few screws. The idea here was to have something that I can use to clamp 90 degree angles with. I...

Corner Clamp - DIY

I made a corner clamp out of a couple of squares, some epoxy and a few screws. The idea here was to have something that I can use to clamp 90 degree angles with. I...

Equerres d’assemblage 90° maison / Homemade 90° Assembly Brackets | Atelier du Bricoleur (menuiserie)…..…… Woodworking Hobbyist's Workshop

Equerres d’assemblage 90° maison / Homemade 90° Assembly Brackets

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