I would offer a suggestion to everyone in the making of all jigs.
Don't get rushed.
Start them when time is not short.
Take one's time and make them perfect.
Jigs are made to eliminate time consuming steps in the process, or to make
tasks which would otherwise be of a lesser quality, perfect.
If after making a jig, one has to tweak the item made a little here or there,
you have not accomplished the purpose of making the jig in the first place.
Thank you & have fun,
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