|Panel Raising Jig|
Well, here it is; the last of the jigs I need to make. This is the panel raising jig that's set at the angle of 15 degrees. Nothing overly complicated so fairly straight forward to build. I suppose it could have been adjustable to set the bevel for any angle but I really didn't want to get into that much detail. Fifteen degrees seem to be the acceptable angle for raising panels. If I ever need a lesser angle I could tilt the blade to change that pre-set 15 degrees. For box lid that needs a small angle I'd just as soon use a block plane to do that.
With every solution there comes another problem -- where the heck will I store all of these jigs I finished making?