Hi all! I am a greenhorn in the paracord-family, but I quickly recconned a jig being more or less a must-have-tool. Unfortunately I'm located in Germany and it is rather hard to source one locally. So I built one myself after some research, being most thankful for every picture and every new idea I could find on the web. To pay back to the community, I herewith would like to post some pictures of my jig, maybe someone else gets inspired, as well.. The advantage I see in this construction is the high position of the buckles, leaving lots of room to move paracord under the workpiece if needed. The zero-position of the ruler is at minimum position of the moving rack. The ruler-indicated lenght has to be added to a once fixed minimum lenght of the workpiece, depending on the type of used buckle.