Small right angle clamping jig

By rwyoung | Created January 31st, 2020 | Published January 31st, 2020 | Updated January 31st, 2020

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Miniature version of a welder's corner brace. Needed two of these for a small project made of copper clad FR4. Used to hold two pieces at right angles while I added a bead of solder down the joint. Checked them after cutting out with a good Starret machinist square and they were darn square (technical term). Made from 1/2" MDF, cut out with 1/4" spiral bit.

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scraps of 1/2" MDF
Shaper Origin 1/4" spiral bit (up- or down-cut)
Due to the size of the parts, make sure the stock is well secured to the spoil board with doubled sided tape or add a couple of tabs on the final pass.

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