Are you a lover of paracord bracelets? And you are always not satisfied with the style and price of the paracord bracelets you see in stores? Well, with the help of a paracord jig, you can make your own just how you want it.
In this article, we have put together 14 DIY paracord jig projects that you can DIY easily. The making process is pretty much basic and easy to follow.
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1. How To Make A Paracord Jig
This paracord jig doesn't require many complex tools, except a hand saw and screwdriver. The materials used include wood, wooden dowels, large bolts, washers, wing nuts, and wood screws.
Start by cutting the wood into pieces. Assemble the base and attach the sliding pieces to it. After this, drill a hole on each piece of the top pieces for the dowel. Screw the top and bottom pieces to the base and attach the dowels to the holes on the top pieces and just like that, you have your paracord jig ready.
2. DIY Paracord Jig No Saw
This is made from furring strips, tape measure, metal washers, wing nuts, cable clamps, hand saw, wood glue, and drill. Cut the strips into two rectangular pieces, five small square pieces. Assemble the rectangular pieces as the base and attach one of the squares to it as a slide. The remaining four squares are for the top and bottom of the base.
3. DIY Simple Paracord Jig
This simple paracord jig is made from a single piece of wood. Get the wood from the store and calibrate the ruler on it. You can get a good piece that has already been calibrated. Then cut two square pieces for both edges of the long base. On each square, attach a buckle that will hold the bracelet string.
4. How To Make A Paracord Jig
Cut a ¾"plywood to three strips of wood, then cut tiny strips that will be used to frame the jig and some wood blocks. Assemble the three pieces as the base of the jig, frame the base with the tiny pieces, and raise the base with the wooden blocks.
5. DIY Paracord Jig
The materials needed for this amazing paracord jig include plywood, carriage bolt, screw hooks, washers, butterfly nuts, set square, nails, measuring tape, fine liner, sharpie, drill, and hammer. Start by making the base of the jig, then the slider, and the ruler. Note, you can modify the project to suit your preference.
6. BSB Paracord Jig DIY
Gather the materials required for this project. Once the materials and tools are ready, measure and cut the wood into pieces. Assemble the base of the jig and attach a slider to it. The materials used include bolts washers, nuts, tape measure, drill, C-clamps, T-square, hack saw, sandpaper, and wood.
7. DIY Paracord Jig Idea
First, identify the parts of the paracord jig, then, gather the materials needed and prepare the wood and cut it into pieces. Assemble the wood pieces and you're good to go. It is a very simple and cheap project.
8. How To Make A Paracord Jig Using Ratchet Bar Clamp
This is made by modifying a ratcheting 12-inch bar clamp. Start by readjusting one of the clamps in a 90-degree direction. Then, drill holes on the clamp to hold plastic straps. The plastic strap is where the paracord will be hanged.
9. Paracord Jig DIY
Start by cutting a plank of wood into pieces, then assemble the base and attach four wooden blocks to it as top and bottom support. Attach the jig slide and screw-down buckles on the slide and one support.
10. How To Make A Paracord Bracelet Jig
Cut all the pieces of wood needed for the paracord jig, then make two grooves in the base where the slide will fit into, attach the wooden block to one side of the base, and screw-down buckles to the slide and the top of the wooden block. The materials used include wood, plastic buckles, screws, bolt, wing nuts, screws, and tape measure.
11. Paracord Bracelet Jig
This is made from 2×4 pieces, wing nuts, screws, washers, bolts, and tape measure. Cut the 2×4 into three pieces; one 27" long, 5" long, and 6" long. Cut a slit in the middle of the 6" piece and screw it on the 27" piece. Screw the 5" piece to the other side of the 27" piece and you're good to go.
12. DIY Yardstick Paracord Jig
To make this, you need a yardstick, wood glue, clamps, bolt, wing nut, screws, plastic buckles, and miter saw. Using a miter saw, cut the yardstick at 12" Mark and another at 13" mark, place both pieces together, and glue them. Clamp them down and allow them to dry.
13. How To Make A Paracord Jig
Start by determining the length and width of the jig, because the wider and longer the jigs, the more convenient It is for you to work on different types of projects with different sizes and styles. Cut the wood into two rectangular pieces for the base, one sliding bar, and four pieces which will be on top and at the bottom of the base. The materials used include wood, saw, wood screws, sandpaper, glue, tape measure, ruler, marker, wing nuts, washers, cable clamps, screwdriver, and drill.
14 DIY Paracord Jig
This is made from wood pieces, buckles, measuring tape, screws, and bolts. Assemble the base of the jig. Cut a measuring tape into tel and fix it to both sides of the base. Screw wooden blocked to one side of the base and one block at the middle of the base. Attach buckles to both blocks and you're good to go.
These are the best paracord jigs you can find. Feel free to go through the list again and again if you are having a hard time making a choice. The comments section is now opened for contributions and questions regarding this article.