BUILD IT YOURSELF. There's plenty of examples on You Tube.You see the questions all the time.
Who makes the best router table?
Who makes the best jig for this or that.
I makes me want to scream, BUILD IT!
Trying to stay polite; I say nothing.
I understand buying a jig if your a production shop, but for a hobbyist, I assume most of us are, it makes no sense to me.
You more than likely have enough scraps laying around the shop to make them already.
I've been working wood since the sixties. The only jig I ever bought was a Kreg Pocket hole jig and a Omni jig.
If you look at the jigs at various retailers I cant see why you would spend the money when they can easily be copied.
Jig building, to me any way, is just part of wood working.
Your on a wood working forum so I assume your a wood worker.
So, why dont you just build it?
I'm not trying to ruffle feathers, I'm just curious.
There are too many jigs to buy them all. I've got shop made router circle jigs that are gold to me.If I was doing a production type run. I would probably buy the jig, if it was commercially available (Such as a dovetail jig).
Most of my work is one off and a permanent jig is unreasonable, it usually ends up as something screwed to a board to make identical cuts on many pieces and disassembled afterward. I don't have the space to store them.
Double sided tape is your friend.