|Project by gridlockd||posted 01-04-2012 04:12 AM||1953 views||0 times favorited||8 comments|
This was really nothing more than practice and testing on my newly constructed finger joint jig, but i figured i might as well put the pieces to use. I needed something to hold my glues for carrying back and forth to the shop for the winter, as it is not heated…yet. side panels are 5/16” ply with a piece of 1/8” ply on bottom. a leftover scrap of walnut (i think) for the handle. literally, from start to finish, all of 15 mins in this little guy so don’t be too harsh!
Question: is there a way to make a “one size fits all” adjustable finger joint jig, or is it a new jig for each size finger/lumber you want to make joints for? thanks in advance for advice.