Jig Keeper / Gardien de gabarit

En ayant assez de voir tomber mon gabarit à chaque fois que je frôlais ma scie à ruban, l’idée de ce gardien m’est passée par l’esprit, ce que j’ai réalisé sur le champ.

Having enough from seeing my jig tipping over each time I was touching my band saw, the idea of such keeper crossed my mind, what I made at once.

Une chute de bois découpée à la scie à ruban pour ce gabarit (lien), sur laquelle j’ai ajouté un aimant terre-rare.

A wood scrap notched on the band saw for that jig (link), on which I added a rare-earth magnet.

Enfin ! Simple, et efficace pour garder le gabarit contre la base de la scie.

At last! Simple, and effective to keep the jig against the saw base.

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6 Responses to Jig Keeper / Gardien de gabarit

  1. Chris says:

    I’m going to be reorganizing my shop this winter and I plan on studying your shop and blog posts for ideas. I love the way you make use of every cubic inch, something that will be necessary in my small shop. Thanks for all the information and inspiration you provide. It’s one thing to do all that, another to document it, and yet another to explain it in multiple languages.


    • Serge says:

      Thank you Chris. Take your time and use any bits of space.
      I don’t know why, but I still enjoy sharing my ideas and experiences.


  2. franck says:

    Merci serge pour toutes tes astuces! portes toi bien ! franck de france


  3. Eric R says:

    No wasted space in your shop my friend.
    How many years have you been doing this?
    And, Happy New Year. Stay safe & healthy.


    • Serge says:

      Thank you Eric, Yesterday I was thinking about sharing few stats about my blog, which I started 10 years ago in Nov. 2010.
      Shortly you will see some figures.
      Best Wishes for you and your beloved family, and Happy New and “quiet” Year!


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