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How to Make a Perfect Mitre Joint (Jig)

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Project by Jack Johnson posted 10-27-2015 12:40 PM 1646 views 0 times favorited 12 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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In this video I will be showing you how I make perfect Mitre Joints.
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-- J.Johnson





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KnotCurser

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#1 posted 10-27-2015 01:48 PM

So…........this isn’t a finished project.
This isn’t a project made of wood.
All this seems to be is an advertisement to your YouTube Channel in order to get more views so you can make money.

Right?

-- Robert Rhoades WoodWorks / Email: rrww@rhoadesclan.com / www.rhoadesclan.com

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WoodNSawdust

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#2 posted 10-27-2015 01:57 PM

I am always disappointed when anyone’s post is simply a link to a YouTube video. I sort of feel like there should be an explanation in the post itself.

I don’t really mind if the jig is wood or metal but there should be something in the post.

-- "I love it when a plan comes together" John "Hannibal" Smith

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KnotCurser

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#3 posted 10-27-2015 02:07 PM

I’m glad I’m not the only one that feel this way.

If you are going to post a video to your YouTube channel, at least be considerate enough to lend a tad amount of material to LJ’s. One picture with a link is spam.

These kinds of posts are getting far too frequent. LJ’s is not a place simply to advertise your channel.

-bob

-- Robert Rhoades WoodWorks / Email: rrww@rhoadesclan.com / www.rhoadesclan.com

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ohwoodeye

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#4 posted 10-27-2015 03:28 PM

I’m okay with it.
Through postings on Lumberjocks, I have found about 6 people on youtube that I now subscribe to and enjoy their videos immensely.
Woodworking Fusion, you should have posted 3 pictures of a miter joint to keep everyone from getting twitchy and then noted, “see how I got these perfect joints in my youtube video”. Then at least you would have technically posted a project.

-- Directions are just the Manufacturer's opinion on how something should be assembled. ----Mike, Waukesha, WI

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misterChips

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#5 posted 10-27-2015 03:40 PM

I as well have a RAS and have made jig’s for it, thanks for your post.

-- Don't only practice your art, but force your way in to its secrets... Ludwig Von Beethoven.

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stefang

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#6 posted 10-27-2015 04:52 PM

Great idea. It seems so much easier to cut miters with the blade at 90 deg. I often use a vertical angled fence to cut moldings and such at 45 deg. angles without tipping the motor over, but haven’t thought about angling a horizontal fence. I will have to try that out to see if it is advantageous. Thanks for the tip. The idea was worth the extra click to your youtube video.

-- Mike, an American living in Norway.

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Jack Johnson

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#7 posted 10-27-2015 08:24 PM

Thanks. I should of posted more pictures and I hope you found my video interesting!


I m okay with it.
Through postings on Lumberjocks, I have found about 6 people on youtube that I now subscribe to and enjoy their videos immensely.
Woodworking Fusion, you should have posted 3 pictures of a miter joint to keep everyone from getting twitchy and then noted, “see how I got these perfect joints in my youtube video”. Then at least you would have technically posted a project.

- ohwoodeye


-- J.Johnson

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Jack Johnson

84 posts in 497 days


#8 posted 10-27-2015 08:24 PM

I’m glad you found it usefull


Great idea. It seems so much easier to cut miters with the blade at 90 deg. I often use a vertical angled fence to cut moldings and such at 45 deg. angles without tipping the motor over, but haven t thought about angling a horizontal fence. I will have to try that out to see if it is advantageous. Thanks for the tip. The idea was worth the extra click to your youtube video.

- stefang


-- J.Johnson

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Jack Johnson

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#9 posted 10-27-2015 08:26 PM

Anytime


I as well have a RAS and have made jig s for it, thanks for your post.

- misterChips


-- J.Johnson

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Jack Johnson

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#10 posted 10-27-2015 08:31 PM

No, this video is designed to inform people of useful tips I have found out while woodworking. YouTube is not an easy place to make money. If I wanted to make money I would get myself a part time job.


So…........this isn t a finished project.
This isn t a project made of wood.
All this seems to be is an advertisement to your YouTube Channel in order to get more views so you can make money.

Right?

- KnotCurser


-- J.Johnson

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Jack Johnson

84 posts in 497 days


#11 posted 10-27-2015 08:32 PM

I’m sorry. Next time I will include a explanation about the post and a few more pictures.


I am always disappointed when anyone s post is simply a link to a YouTube video. I sort of feel like there should be an explanation in the post itself.

I don t really mind if the jig is wood or metal but there should be something in the post.

- WoodNSawdust


-- J.Johnson

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distrbd

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#12 posted 10-28-2015 02:49 PM


I m sorry. Next time I will include a explanation about the post and a few more pictures.- WoodWorkingFusion

You take criticism with grace and appreciation, your project is very clever, I would imagine RAS owners appreciate your jig, I don’t own a RAS but enjoyed watching the video.

-- Ken from Ontario, Canada

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