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If you clamp them to a carpenters square you not only get a true 90 degree angle you leave your hands free to drill the screw into place.

Yet another simple idea that I either never thought of or had forgotten (same end result) : pinner said: If you clamp them to a carpenters square you not only get a true 90 degree angle you leave your hands free to drill the screw into place.

Woodpeckers Clamping Square, Pair

Cutting material perfectly square is one thing, getting that to show up in the finished product after assembly is quite another. Over the centuries, woodworkers have devised countless methods for gett

Jig for glueing miter joints- good for picture frames.

Jig helping align and tighting an angle joint together. The jig is called, "Miter Joint Corner Clamp.

These blocks are like a spare pair of hands for assembling drawers and many kinds of cabinets. Make them out of 3⁄4-in. plywood with dadoes the width of your stock. Back to Workshop Tips Index

These blocks are like a spare pair of hands for assembling drawers and many kinds of cabinets. Make them out of plywood with dadoes the width of your stock. Forget the dadoes! 1 big square as the base + 4 small squares

Plywood squares are a third hand for cabinetmakers - FineWoodworking

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