|Project by Matthew Morris||posted 12-09-2015 09:03 PM||2141 views||16 times favorited||8 comments|
This jig is part of a larger project I am currently building, a Greene & Greene Gamble House Inspired Coffee Table. I built the jig and am sharing it so that others can use it or modify it to make great looking Greene & Greene box/finger joint drawers.
The secret to this jig is the plywood blocks. They are cut with the width of the blade in mind. In the first cut for the drawer fronts, one block is a 1/4” wider then the opening to account for the blade. In the second cut, for the drawer sides, the block is 1/4” thinner to again account for the blade. Using blue tape and feeler gauges for shims I am able to dial in the drawer sides cut so that I can make drawers all day with the same repeatable results.
Watch the video on how you can build this jig (may take a minute to load).
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Tools I used in this video:
Frued Box Joint Cutter Set: http://amzn.to/1jNqnXJ
Starrett Feeler Gauges: http://amzn.to/1jNquCn
Incra Guaranteed Square: http://amzn.to/1YXLg2e
Forrest Woodworker II: http://amzn.to/1YXLhmK
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