Adjustable wedge for edge clamping

comments (0) October 7th, 2012 in Jigs

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These wedges are made of scrap,as you can see.

I used old or new hinges of all kinds,depending of what I had in stock.

To protect the pressing point in the wood I inserted a roof nail (shortened)

On 2/3 of the distance between the hingepoint and the pressing point I made a curve

to prevent the wedge from sliding away.

You can make these wedges as big or as small as you want or need to.

The smallest is made of an alumine u-profile, but smaller (modelling purposes) is possible.

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