Saturday, October 8, 2011


Set up for making crosscuts.

Rip cuts are made by clamping a board to the side of the table as a guide. (OK, I admit it, I don’t this very often since I cut long standard strips on a regular table saw and keep them stacked nearby.)
A jig for making building end pieces, made from the same 1/8” MDF I use for the buildings. Underneath there’s rail to slide the jig along the table edge.

Adjusted for making large end pieces. The point is that it’s easy to make simple jigs to make the job easier. “Work smarter, not harder.”

When I cut a bunch of parts, I store them in a bin.

NEXT: My work table and some odd tools I use. 

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