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    Amazing Angle clamp Jig from scrap wood for miter joint

    I need clamp for miter joint. i try make own clamp from scarpwood , supprised with the result very strong and precision. this clamp not for angel 90 but you can use this for some angel joint too . hope this video can give inspired

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    CharlesWaugh (10-28-2020), Jon (10-28-2020), Karl_H (10-28-2020), makin sawdust (10-24-2020)

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    Thanks Didpoolhall! We've added your Angle Clamping Fixture to our Woodworking category,
    as well as to your builder page: Didpoolhall's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    Oh . . . my . . .
    How come I've never seen that idea before!?

    I'm using it immediately.

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    Oh, and it's a great use for those cheap-crap pump-action clamps.
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