Build a barebones box-joint jig This simple (but still perfectly functional) jig can be made and attached to your miter gauge in less than an hour. To build it you need a flat piece of stable hardwood for the fence, a short piece of T-track, and a handful of common hardware. As shown in Figure 1,
Box joints are the savvy woodworker's alternative to dovetails. Strong, great-looking and quickly made, box joints are an especially good choice when you have a large number of items to produce. To make them, you need your tablesaw, a miter gauge, a dado set and a simple shop-made jig (Fig. A, below). I'll show you how to build the jig and use its micro-adjust system to dial in perfect-fitting box joints.
A finger joint or box joint is one of the popular woodworking joints. You use it to join two pieces of wood at right angles to each other. It is much like a dovetail joint except that the pins are square and not angled.
Box Joint Jig: Cut the inverse sockets Flip the first board to the other side of the peg so the reference pin is between the peg and the blade. Push the edges together and make the rest of the cuts.
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Episode: 44 - Box Joint - Finger Joint Jig One hour Build ONLINE CLASS This project uses the following project; Video - Extreme Crosscut Sled - Miter/Dado Wi