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Building a Jig

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Construction

Submitted By:

Charles Henderson

Tip:

A jig is a very simple tool for scratch building (or for anything else). It's basically a set of shapes that hold parts together at certain angles. All you need is a [13x9]cookie sheet and a few magnets, two- sided tape and some basic shapes - these can be made of scrap wood, styrofoam, whatever. Apply the tape to a magnet and whatever angel piece. Voila, you have a jig. Cost [$20].


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