Leveling the first side wasn't any problem, but the opposite side was a little trickier. To get it level across and down the length took a little work with the clamps, a nudge here, a thump there.But in the end it came together pretty good. To make sure none of my clumsiness moved the jig out of place, I epoxied the legs to the floor with some wooden blocks.
The lifts that the hull floor will be screwed to, will be placed on Friday, Apparently It's NEWYEARS DAY tomorrow... How did that sneak up on me.
p.s. To my brother Stephen, yes it's an ugly jig, nothing like the jigs Dad used for making his speed boats. It looks more like i'm about to start a warf or deck in my basement.
I moved the canoe out of the workshop and now the workshop has spread to the main part of the basement. I need the room obviously.
Time: 4 hrs