A jig is a plate, block or open frame for holding work or for guiding the work through a power tool or machine.

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Ball Drilling Jig

How to make a ball drilling jig can be found at this site. Wood Magazine

Circular Saw Cross Cut Jig Plan

Build the circular saw crosscut jig with just a few tools using scraps laying around your shop! Wayne of the Woods

Corner Jig

This corner jig is so easy to make and so easy and accurate to use Wayne of the Woods

Drawer Pull Mounting Jig

Mounting drawer pulls has never been easier than with this handy shop helper. Wood Magazine

Kreg Jig

How to use a kreg jig. Sawdust Making 101

Router Jig Plan

This router jig is so easy to make and so easy and accurate to use. Wayne of the Woods

Straight-Edge Cutting Jig

A straight-edge cutting jig is a reliable way to rip straight edges onto ragged-edge boards. Wood Magazine

True-Cut Taper Jig

Instructions for a true-cut taper jig. Wood Magazine

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