|Project by woodworm||posted 10-28-2008 03:15 PM||14048 views||6 times favorited||12 comments|
This is not my latest project acually.
When I posted my clamping square box, I did mention using box joint cutting jig on the router table. So Jockmike2’s commented why not show it here. I could not find the soft copy in my photo album, thus I shot a few for LJs to view.
I built this jig the very moment (frankly speaking, planned to build) I saw the featured Video & Slides in FW Magazine.com. presented by Guido Henn.
I made first test cut using 1/4” bit on 3/4”T X 3-5/8”W stock. By right I should have 7 nos full 1/4” fingers + 1 half finger (1/8”). But that was not the case. As can be seen in the third pic the last finger was only 1/16”. It took me about 1/2 hour to figure out the mistake. I double checked every part of the jig but not the slider. then I found out that the slider is not snugly fit the miter channel. So to overcome that problem, I constantly put pressure to the right while pushing the jig.
Thank you for viewing and any comment are welcomed.
-- masrol, kuala lumpur, MY.