Woodworking Clamp Blocks – Shop Tip
One thing I always notice when clamping wood is you never have enough clamps and you can always use a third hand. To solve my third-hand problem I use a 90 Degree Clamping Jig – shop tip to help me align casework, assist with dry fitting and glue-ups.
Using The 90 Degree Clamping Jig – Shop Tip
Clamping face frames or boxes that meet at ninety degrees I often use a woodworking clamp block assembly jig to keep things square and prevent racking.
This Clamping Jig resembles a framing square, can be clamped easier than a square and work especially well keeping larger face frames aligned. They work perfectly when clamping corners and help a lot when squaring up to face frames or cabinet boxes.
Making The 90 Degree Clamping Jig – Shop Tip
The inside corner of this Clamping Jig is cut forty-five degrees to ease pressure on the inside of corners, not cause an issue with slightly misaligned parts, and not cause issues with the face frame or glue squeeze-out.
Jig Pros vs. Cons of 90-Degree Clamping Jig
The best advantage of these clamp jigs is that their cheap to build out of scrap material. The disadvantage of the 90 Degree Jig is that it can only be used for inside corners. That deficiency got me looking for another solution here’s what I found.