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  • Box joint jig for router table

    Good day

    If you remember, I made a "roller sled" on my new router table.

    To test it, I made this box

    Regards
    niki


























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      Re: Box joint jig for router table

      Thank you so much for NOT commenting to this old fart that he already posted it ones...

      There are some "Minuses" when you are getting old....

      Anyway, sorry, next time I check and re-check...

      Regards
      niki

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        Re: Box joint jig for router table

        you may call your self a old fart but you do post some good and help full ideas
        thanks
        Charlie

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          Re: Box joint jig for router table

          Originally posted by niki View Post
          Thank you so much for NOT commenting to this old fart that he already posted it ones...

          There are some "Minuses" when you are getting old....

          Anyway, sorry, next time I check and re-check...

          Regards
          niki
          the money that you have saved me on your jigs , man please ,Thank you for not being selfish , and keeping all this to your self .

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            Re: Box joint jig for router table

            That's a slow and sloppy way of doing it. A table saw with a dado blade and a simple miter extension jig is quicker and neater.

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              Re: Box joint jig for router table

              Kenwho
              Thank you so much for your kind word

              Newman
              Well, you touched very painful point of the European safety regulations....

              Because of those strict safety regulation, our table saws are coming with Riving knife, blade guard with dust port, the blade stops in 10 seconds, adjustable length fence and more (and it costs us a lot ), but....Dado blade is prohibited and the arbor is made short so even if you want...you cannot.

              So, the only alternate is router....I made this sled long time ago (almost a year) with intentions to use if for Finger joints and tenons....

              I have already the idea how to make it more simple, kind of the table saw sled (with locator) but I'm "employed" by my wife in projects involving concrete so ones I'm "out of the concrete", I'm going to make it.

              I'm not sure that this method is so much slower...as you can see, I'm cutting all the 4 boards in one shot (took me some 20~30 minutes) and I was very satisfied with the results.

              Regards
              niki

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