George S 3 Favorite Woodworking Jigs For Cabinetmaking
George s 3 favorite woodworking jigs for cabinetmaking is article about Cabinetry bookmarked by michael with ID 1837264009 was uploaded on 20-02-2019 and has been viewed 13,121 times.
I'm always looking for ways to streamline my woodworking.Thrifty (read cheap) woodworker that I am my preference is to problem solve with shop-made woodworking jigs rather than commercially produced jigs.
Here are my three favorite shop-made woodworking jigs for cabinetmaking: Dado Sizer For years I used the T and E method (Trial and Error) for sizing dadoes.That is until I came up with the Dado Sizer.Here's the deal.
Using a piece of Baltic Birch plywood I cut a series of increasingly wider dadoes, starting at 23/32″.After cutting the 23/32″ dado I added a .005″ shim and cut another dado.Added another .005″ and cut another…on and on until I had a dado that was .
010″ over 3/4″ wide.I labeled each dado with its size.When I'm ready to make a dado I simply slip the shelf into the dadoes until I find which dado it fits in.That's the dado head/dado shim set up I use on the table saw.
I still make test cuts, but this jig cuts a lot of time off my dado head set up.Adjustable Shelf Hole Jig There are lots of ways to make holes in case sides for adjustable shelves, including drill presses, hand-held drills, high...