I use a Arizone EZ Fletch Right Helical Jig. It's cheap and effective. For the price it aint bad. You can find pretty good deals on E-bay for them. They sell for anywhere from $35 to $40 a piece.
At Country Archery, the local Pro Shop uses a Bitzenburger Fletching Jig. It's a little more expensive,but long term well worth the money. They sell for anywhere from $70 to $80 a piece. This is a great Fletching Jig.
I just received my Bitzenburger about 4 days ago. Straight clamp but plan to add a helical sometime. Anyway, I put a blank shaft in, put the clamp on with no fletch and lined it up to the center of the shaft, clamped in a vane with a bit of goat tuff and wah lah. I'm glad I waited till I could get the bitz. I have not used any others, but I'm sure it will last and will be better for cleaning some of the excess glue off of over the plastic or fiber copies. I would look at one especially if you have three archers in the family....that could be alot of fletchings.
I picked up a Bitzenburger at Bass Pro in Concord, NC for $64.95. I have not used it yet, but it is there when I need it. Keep an eye on the classifieds too! Heck, most of the prices on e-bay are almost a high as brand new.
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