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I have a new Howdens worktop jig. I've had it stored behind my sofa as I'm wary of leaving it in my shed as I thought it may warp but then I thought it should be okay as it's laminated.

How do you store yours?


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Mine's in the garage in it's box

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Like a cane fishing rod - hung against a flat wall in an atmosphere not prone to wild changes of temperature & humidity, so not a shed. Definitely not on a shelf.

If laminated, what's it made of? I thought worktop jigs were 8mm or 10mm aluminium.


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Mine's behinf=d the sofa in a carrying bag. Made from 8mm thicj=k HPL

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If laminated, what's it made of? I thought worktop jigs were 8mm or 10mm aluminium.

The only ones I've seen ;like that were made by Titman. Expensive and rare. Festool do a sectional aluminium one as well - even more expensive

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Slide it under a bed. :thumbright:

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A velvet lined box :lol:

Is it a phenolic resin type jig

eg. https://www.axminster.co.uk/ujk-technol ... jig-508615


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in my garage with other stuff or in my van. no box or bag. its alreet too not warped or nowt


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fin wrote:
in my garage with other stuff or in my van. no box or bag. its alreet too not warped or nowt

Same here fin

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