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Blog series by Dorje updated 07-07-2007 04:13 AM 1 part 2481 reads 4 comments total

Part 1: Box Joint Jig

07-07-2007 04:13 AM by Dorje | 4 comments »

At the request of oscorner, I’ve posted some pics of the jig that I use to cut box joints on the table saw. The box joint jig that I use is a shop made jig from ¾” Birch ply. I recall getting the plans from a Mark Duginske book (“Mastering Woodworking Machines” – I think). I remember that he called a “Universal Table Saw Jig” that you adapt for making box joints. So, it basically improves upon the stock miter gauge and if you make up a bunch of fences you can use them for va...

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