The purpose of any jig is to make life in the shop easier. Whether building a simple one-use jig for the job at hand or a more complex jig to last a lifetime, the key is to choose materials wisely and take your time. Gary Rogowski explains how to choose the right materials, fasteners, and hold-downs to make durable, easy-to-use jigs. From Fine Woodworking #209
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