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Has in fact used them, they look more like a pain in the butt  in most cases but on some things i do see  a value of using them... I only ask as I'm always researching and looking for new toys :)

http://www.blokkz.com/

~ekm

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Mike,

Go-For-It.

They appear very handy, for some tasks.

I've seen them in use,

they looked effective.

They're on the "Want List".

i got lots on the want list lol...........i do find the neoprene shims  a bit cheap tho..... but i do get the reasoning.

The pads will be needed for some tasks.

The waffle non-slip router matt, is very effective for many tasks.

Cut-to-size, to suit your needs.

Non-Slip Router Mat

They look like they could be useful, but, at $25/pair are a bit spendy. Could probably build all these jigs for that

http://benchnotes.com/Wedge%20Clamps/wedge_clamps.htm

 

Here's my project for this coming week

John,

I agree, a bit spendy.

When on a job site, or making up one frame, or the like, and one needs a clamp to make a quick assy, as well as the DYI making an assy, the Blokkz tool is handy.

Jigs are great, for repetitive operations.

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