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Anyone in for a jig brainstorm?7/11
It's Saturday night... lets get wild....
I have to make a jig for the production of very large panels for a feature wall. I have 2 hours to assemble something good monday morning. It has to be pretty idiot proof.
The drawing in the picture shows the basic idea. The first image is the mid panels, and the cropped drawing on the second image shows the end panels with returns.
Some constraints: space. I only have room for one large jig that can be quickly modified to suite for the varying mid panel sizes/end panels with returns. Workers: needs to require minimal thinking.
So far I was going to go with two saw horses with l-brackets, where the cross members get clamped. But that would require fudging around at each new size to align the saw horses.
Anyone way smarter than me? Would love any input!
Also--please don't be shy to ask for specifications/additional info if my drawings do not fully convey what I am trying to do.