Originally Posted by scolley
What kind of jig are you referring to?
Originally Posted by Jackfrost
As a fellow CT resident please let me know if you need help. I will be more than happy to lend a hand.
Nick would be a good start?
Seriously though, I make jigs up as I go when I'm woodworking, that's the nature of a jig. Watch the New Yankee Workshop sometime, ignore the vastly overpowered tools and look at the construction methods Norm uses. (I like Norm, he's a UMass grad too.)
Coming up with a framework that is square and allows you to space the glass, then glue it, and holds it all straight while you tape it, is what I envision. Something as simple as square corner clamps which I use when building my canopies to an actual four sided frame work to hold all but the last piece of glass. I don't know what your work space is like but if you want a solid end product sometimes spending an equal amount of time on a jig is worth it.