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From the makers of INCRA JIG

|he new INCRA JIG PRO. the latest innovation from Taylor Oesign, uses the same rack positioning technique that gives INCRA JIG its phenomenal accuracy. And. just m the original INCRA JIG. INCRA JIG PRO can be used to produce flawless joinery as well as other intricate work on virtually any stationary woodworking machine in your shop.

What s different is the design. INCRA JIG PRO features rugged solid aluminum construction for absolute rigidity It's available m two models with either 12 or 16 inches of range. That sup to TWICE as much range as before And it s easier than ever to use. The new quick action cam clamp allows you to instantly lock INCRA JIG PRO into place with just one hand. When the damp is released, the positioning racks automatically spring apart for effortless sliding action The easy to read top mounted sliding scale allows you to qu»ckly move INCRA JIG PRO to any setting And there s no need to buy a completely new setup. From the templates, to the video, to the INCRA Fence System. INCRA JIG is entirely compatible with ALL of your current INCRA JIG accessories.

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Wood Working for Amateur Craftsman

Wood Working for Amateur Craftsman

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