|Project by geekwoodworker||posted 06-05-2014 10:35 PM||3144 views||19 times favorited||9 comments|
Built this jig last year so I could make all my tool stands with box joints on the large stile and rail sides. In the last pic is a close up of my tool chest and the box joint I made for it.
With this jig I can clamp it to the piece I want to route the joints on. It is easier this way then trying to do it on the table saw.
The T-slot is made from maple and then a dado is routed and then glued the T-slot into it. These fingers are all the same size but you can use various sizes if desired. Bolts are 5/16” and are left overs from a TV wall mount. I use a flush trim bit in the router to make the cuts.
-- Sean G, Barrie, Ontario