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Need instructions to use Worktop jig

Have lost the insrtuctions to use a (STEEL FORGE) worktop jig for kitchen worktop mitre joins

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  • jameshinton Nov 10, 2009

    I am fitting worktops in a U shape and need to make 2 male and 2 female joints. Unfortunately with out of alignment walls the angles are like 92degrees on one and 88degrees on the other joint.

    How do I the cut the joints not so they fit nicely?



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Screwfix were happy to send me a copy of the instructions for their jig which adapted perfectly.

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