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BurlyBob

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#1 posted 06-15-2015 02:39 PM

Check out the Shopnotes box joint jig. It’s a fairly easy jig to build. It would give you the ability sandwich the plywood on the front side to avoid chipping which I expect would be a problem with plywood. Also using an upcut spiral bit might help reducing tear out. The Shop notes jig can be used on a router table or a table saw. I’ve done both with mine, but prefer the table saw and dado blades. There’s a You tube video where a guy demonstrates the one he built.


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