Drill jig

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See under Jig.
a jig for guiding a drill. See Jig, 6 (a).

See also: Drill, Jig

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Drill jigs: A drill jig is a production tool used when a hole, or several holes, must be drilled in a large number of identical parts.
The Kleinendorst Sling Swivel Drill Jig (488-000-006WB) is the more expensive of the two, retailing for $129.99, and the B-Square Swivel Jig and Drill Set (122-140-000WB) comes in at $54.99.
A drill jig - a piece of scrap 1x4 with a row of holes drilled in it (every 2 in.) - makes positioning the holes easy (Photo 2).
By means of an EDM, a small-hole drill jig is able to produce holes as small as 0.004".