Any savvy woodworker knows that the right jigs and fixtures can greatly expand your capabilities and creativity in the shop. In fact, they'll allow you to perform many tasks that a basic table saw, router, drill press, band saw, or other machine simply can't do alone. In this book, woodworking expert Danny Proulx presents a superb collection of woodworking jigs and fixtures that you can make yourself. They'll help you with everything from sawing panels, tenons, and tapers to routing dadoes, arcs, and circles. You'll discover jigs for making better frame-and-panel doors on the router table, and fixtures that will make gluing up miters and other difficult-to-clamp joints a breeze. Among other things, you'll find plans for a band saw fence that adjusts for blade drift, and a jig for quickly aligning your table saw fence. All of these invaluable shop helpers are easy to build from commonly available materials and supplies. You make these jigs, and they'll make you a better woodworker. Count on it.