Two of six jigs used for building shoji courtesy of Desmond King’s “Shoji and Kumiko Design: Book I, The Basics”.
Jig #1-kumiko cutting jig:
-for cutting tenons and half lap housing joints in kumiko-
Jig #2 –Jaguchi rail jig:
-for cutting the 45 degree angles in the ends of the rails; this is one of two different widths, 2″ for the top rails & 3″ for the bottom rails-