These short videos show how to make and use five simple yet versatile jigs and fixtures for a router table. With them, you can repeat shapes consistently and quickly, make stopped cuts in angled workpieces, profile narrow stock, and edge-joint a stack of veneers effortlessly.

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A Shopmade Featherboard
This simple fixture makes it easy to cut profiles on small or short pieces.

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A Pattern-Routing Jig
Made from MDF and scrap stock, this jig lets you cut multiples quickly and precisely.

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A Zero-Clearance Fence
A simple sheet of Masonite keeps small workpieces in line.

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A Miter-Angle Sled
An easy way to cut stopped grooves in mitered stock.

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A Veneer-Jointing Jig
A pair of crowned boards holds a stack of veneer tightly for perfect edge-jointing.

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