Shop Jig This Quick And Easy Jig Makes Short Work Of Jointing Veneer To Produce Virtually Invisible Seams
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Veneer Jointing Jig Photos by Vic Tessolin and Brian Hargreaves; Illustration by James Provost Anyone who has ever worked with veneer has either found or is looking for a way to accurately trim the edges of two pieces of veneer straight, so that they can be taped together without leaving gaps at the seam.
What follows is not a comparison of all the possible methods, but rather one easy and efficient jig, intended to be used with a trim router bit.This is a jig that works as well for beginners with limited skills as for experienced woodworkers.
Basic PartsThe jig consists of two pieces of bent Baltic plywood, assembled with knobs and bolts.The bent pieces have the curves in opposite direction to each other.When the knobs are tightened to the maximum, the parts meet, thereby creating the necessary pressure along the whole length of the jig to hold the pieces of veneer firmly along the edge.
It is especially important to put pressure in the center (the maximum distance from the knobs) to ensure that the two pieces of veneer do not 'flutter' in that area.The jig gives you a firm hold and control of the veneer without having...