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    Tubing Alignment Jig.

    Welding alignment jig for tubing. squares up all types of tubing.





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    Nice jig capainleeward. Very straightforward.

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    Thanks for the kudos. Altair

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    Thanks capainleeward! I've added your Tubing Alignment Jig to our Metalworking category, as well as to your builder page: capainleeward's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    thanks again KBALCH...:O)

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    You're very welcome; we're glad to have you here!!

    Ken

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    I think this is the first one I've seen that has a gap. Such a seemingly simple variation, but makes a world of difference when you intend to weld.

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    I welded it all together and cut the gap on my band saw to ensure it was lined up perfect.
    Thanks for noticing my little jig gismo. :O)

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    No wonder mine's skewed. Brain fart. Fabbed each side and welded them afterwards. Thanks for the tip capainleeward.


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