The solution for me was to make my own jigs that worked with regular clamps and thus could put pressure on and hold parts together that have 30 and 60 degree angles. I made them out of scrap wood and left over ends from the rhombus parts I was cutting. I didn't make them "pretty", I made them strong with the intention of being abused. Any type of jig that you make like this should be made out of hard wood like oak. The soft pines will crush under the pressure.
My jigs help with gluing the rhombus parts I use for my floor project and for a new project that uses trapezoid parts.
Step 1: You Really Need Something to Hold All Those Little Blocks Together.
Step 2: Glueing
It is possible to make 2 triangles at one time by using 2 pieces of plastic wrap and keeping each triangle separate.
Using these jigs I can take 6 trapezoid blocks and glue them up all at the same time into one larger piece.
I made 4 sets of jigs so I could glue and clamp 4 at a time which was about as many as I could clamp on the table in one session. So I could glue up a total of 24 little blocks at one time using only 8 clamps.
I did have one of my jigs fail, the glued pieces came apart under the pressure. I thought that might happen. I am going to repair it by drilling a hole and running a long screw into it to reinforce the glued joints. I should do it for all of them.