Simple Box Joint Jig for the Router Table

This is a simple way to build a jig that makes it possible to cut box joints also known as finger joints on your router table ( Build video for mine: https://youtu.be/-xHVPCrR7OU ) I used some leftover MDF but you can also use Plywood for this. I recommend that you use an up cut spiral bit like this one: https://amzn.to/2TuKC38 to in your preferred size to prevent tear out. I use a sacrificial piece to prevent tear out on my workpiece.

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2 Replies to “Simple Box Joint Jig for the Router Table”

  1. I have recently developed a passion for wood work and am slowly purchasing equipment and tools to pursue it as a part timer. I greatly appreciate the videos. I am also fairly new to this patron system. Tell me pls, do you offer advise and plans and dimensions for sale? Thank you once again. Cheers

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