How to Make a Wood Handle - Wooden Handles for a Woodworking Jigs

586 Views · Published on Mon, 17 June 2019 · Woodworking Projects

In the video, I show you how to make homemade wood handles for a future woodworking jig. I often need wooden handles for my jigs and workshop accessories so today I have laminated some oak and maple and am making a batch of wood handles that I can use on jigs, work table saw sleds, wood boxes, and wood drawers.

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