Re: Workbench Square
I did something similar with my table saw by cutting 3 sets of parallel dado groves 3/4 inches (plus a smigen) wide by 3/8 inches (plus a smigen) deep on a piece of scrap plywood. The groves corospond to the witdth and length of an 8 frame super and a 5 frame nuc. I use bar clamps to secure the hive pieces in place while drilling pilot holes, gluing, nailing, or screwing them togather. One length wise grove works for both one side of a nuc box as well as an 8 frame super. One more length wise groove and I could also use the same jig for 10 frame hives. From above this jig looks a little like a tic-tac-toe game sheet. Don't forget to wax the devil out of the dado groves to keep excess glue from sticking to the wood. One word of caution, always check for square in the vertical.
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