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Woodworking: How to make the BEST and EASIEST box joint / finger joint jig. FREE plans!

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Website: https://www.FishersShopOnline.com Instagram: https://www.Instagram.com/fishersshop Store: https://www.Amazon.com/shop/fishersshop Plans: https://www.FishersShopOnline.com/plans T-Shirts: https://www.FishersShopOnline.com/merch-1 I conjured up the idea of a fully customizable box joint and finger joint jig that allows for any width fingers but that is still super simple to assemble and operate. I think I may have just done it! The idea is so simple that I'm sure I'm not the first person to come up with this design, however I haven't seen anything quite like it online. If you'd like to try making this jig for yourself, you're welcome to the plans I drew up. As a thanks, please consider sharing the video and becoming a subscriber! The larger the audience, the more fun we can have! 2D Plans Front: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3HNu-w1coU8LVI3NkhvOFdNenc 2D Plans Back: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1TIJ2dggkZe69NJpNtd75VlTbM4_DzM03 Sketchup Plans: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3HNu-w1coU8T3djVy1hcnc5MGs
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Fisher's Shop (1 year ago)
This was a fun one! It's super satisfying to see an idea come to fruition and work as you had hoped. To be honest, I didn't think it was going to work as well as it does! I really like how you hardly need any hardware to assemble the jig, basically just 2 bolts and nuts for the tightening knobs, and everything else can just be scrap wood that's lying around. But one of the best things about this jig is the ability for lateral cleanups (explained in the video) which allows for perfect-fitting joints. If you spot a way it could be improved upon, don't hesitate to drop it in a comment below. Thanks for watching!
Tim Rhodenbaugh (8 months ago)
Fisher's Shop I have heard lots of presentations where they say they will include a link to something but I can never find the link. Where is it?
Scott O'Keeffe (11 months ago)
Stoph Stoph Find the arrow to the right of the video title. Press the arrow and you will see listed in the panel that drops down, links to the plan. Good luck with your build. 👍
Stoph Stoph (11 months ago)
Fisher's Shop that was awesome!, but I didn't see the drawing anywhere.. did I miss something? I'd really like to try making this jig myself. Where can I find the drawing?
Grnhrnww Gp (1 year ago)
Fisher's Shop , Thanks for sharing, by far is one of the best design I've ever seen, simple with variable templates. What are the thicknesses for the parts in the 2D drawing?
Fisher's Shop (1 year ago)
I just used pine and went real slow.
far better than going out to buy one, make one. Thank you for the info, will probably try this.
Hacker (3 days ago)
This is best I was searching for a simple jig like this thank you I will build like this
Fisher's Shop (3 days ago)
Mark Price (6 days ago)
I watch your videos cause I'm too busy to go hang out in my garage and make sawdust. Thanks
Fisher's Shop (6 days ago)
Haha thanks Mark!
STAN MASHEK (10 days ago)
great video thanks.
Fisher's Shop (10 days ago)
You're very welcome, Stan
Bryan Coombes ART (20 days ago)
Nice build bro, I like it... too bad you need an already built jig to make the templates =P
Fisher's Shop (20 days ago)
I know, but I recently thought of a way around this. I’ll probably make another follow up video addressing this.
Tom Fleck (22 days ago)
Fisher's Shop (22 days ago)
Thanks, Tom!
Brian D (27 days ago)
NICE ONE Drew! a perfect project for my new saw bench coming this week. can't wait. Awesome videos. Bri
Fisher's Shop (27 days ago)
Thanks, Brian! :)
Woody Lakkham (29 days ago)
Pretty cool video and thanks so much for the last parts. Ha a a.
Martin van Zyl (1 month ago)
Excellent job. Think I'll build one myself. But here's a thought: Why nor mount a small mirror at an angle on the back fence, enabling you to see the kerf alignment when making small adjustments, so you don't have to bend over. Not sure it will work, but give it a try.
Martin van Zyl (1 month ago)
+giantiri And then I got it backwards!!!
giantiri (1 month ago)
+Martin van Zyl They say ""objects in (the) mirror are closer than they appear" , (look at google) but ,yes, you are right, they reduce the image... sorry for mistake !!! 👍
Martin van Zyl (1 month ago)
+giantiri Sorry, no, rearview mirrors usually reduce an image. They often say "Trafic appears further away than what it appears".
giantiri (1 month ago)
Or just use a rear view mirror from a car... they often magnify the view...😀
Martin van Zyl (1 month ago)
+Fisher's Shop You may just find that the mirror image is too small, so you squint and still have to lean over a bit to see clearly. If that is a problem, try making a slightly convex mirror by slightly bending a piece of clear acrylic to a convex shape and spraying it with mirror spray paint like the stuff from Rustoleum. Youtube has a few videos on making mirrors.
John Hoogenhout (1 month ago)
I’ve come back for multiple looks... so good, will be making one next week. Thanks for sharing!
rhshel (1 month ago)
good for you, good job and no intent to make money , I love it! I think its wonderful that no one is perfect but sharing your ideas is so wonderful and informative. Thank You so very much!
Fisher's Shop (1 month ago)
You're very welcome, thanks for watching!
Bengt Cenatiempo (1 month ago)
nice approach, and I especially like your blooper section at the end. ha, crawling inside the table saw, that seems cramped, and perhaps a bit dangerous, definitely dusty...
Shane Cooper (1 month ago)
Thanks i was looking for a plan to make finger joints on a router
Abraham Giliana (1 month ago)
Hi. It looks like everyone has got it but me! How can I download the plans, the blue prints please?
Army Vet76 (1 month ago)
Awesome jig. I appreciate the share and will definitely be trying to build this one in the near future..
Dennis Fahlstrom (1 month ago)
Drew, I enjoy your projects and recently subscribed. I have to say that hogging out these notches seems far more labor intensive than many other box joint jigs I’ve seen. The simplest and easiest one ever was one from Norm Abram about 20 years ago on The New Yankee Workshop. It took about 10 minutes to build and works great using a set of stacked dado blades to make the notches. It even cuts the corresponding pieces simultaneously.
Kevin Georgiades (23 days ago)
+Fisher's Shop in curious too! Please post the update. Planning to build this soon.
Kevin Orr (1 month ago)
+Fisher's Shop I would like to see your update. I am just about to make this jig...Now, I'll wait.
Fisher's Shop (1 month ago)
Of course using a dado stack would be easier but the whole point of this jig is to be able to use it with just a single blade (which most people only have). Since the creation of this video, I've devised an even easier way to accomplish the same task. Might be worth shooting another video in the future.
Saleem Sadique (1 month ago)
mind blowing jig, looking forward to building one
Richard Habicher (1 month ago)
Fine Video and well worth to learn from it. I like it and will try to find or make one like it.
Fisher's Shop (1 month ago)
Thanks, Richard!
Christopher Martin (1 month ago)
I think it's the best jig I've seen on YouTube yet ,👌👌👌
Fisher's Shop (1 month ago)
Thanks, Christopher!
Junk Workshop (1 month ago)
Great build Bro !
Papa Harold (2 months ago)
This is a super jig
willem janssen (2 months ago)
PS. i subscribed
willem janssen (2 months ago)
great jig, i will bild it one for me and one for my brother, he is a hobby woody to i loved the out takes. greetings from germany
arponto (2 months ago)
I've been looking for a better simple jig. Thanks
nick dispensa (2 months ago)
more thank you
Hiruma sena (2 months ago)
+sub +like
Hiruma sena (2 months ago)
wow thnk you, you save me alot of money
Lee Fox (2 months ago)
I don't know, maybe I'm missing something, but the jigga that you use to make the template seems to be quite adequate Finger Joint jig! Seems like a lot of unnecessary work
joseph petty (2 months ago)
this is complicated??? go check out Matthias Wandel's box joint jig. ha ha yup
Lee Fox (2 months ago)
+Fisher's Shop assuredly I've miss something, but you didn't meet your goal of being more simple. The complications are just as difficult if not more so with your design than others. Go ahead, Yuck it up fuzzball
Fisher's Shop (2 months ago)
Haha, yup... you're missing something.
Emmanuel Lopez (3 months ago)
Nice build man, kudos bro and tnx for sharing it with the world!!!
Fisher's Shop (3 months ago)
Thanks & you're very welcome!
bobbg (3 months ago)
Key, could be a roll pin the size of your saw blade, but you can snap on other size rings or pipe for dado stacks , I'd use high density plastic for the jig timplates or you could just use porter cable style dovetail jig timplates, you could change the pin size for different size joints and blade sizes. I'd also build in a square fence to the other side so your part can be out of square and still cut on the same plane as the upright square. Also you can stack 4-5-6 parts at once and clamp them for fast production.
bobbg (3 months ago)
So how's that work with a stacked dado blade? A lot less cuts?
Love Hacks (4 months ago)
Your first joint was offset by 1/8 kerf I’m guessing. Solution? Have you had any issues with popping you key off Not much material there or glue surface?
netacadman (4 months ago)
The obvious question is why you're not using the router table to make the box joints ....
Fisher's Shop (4 months ago)
The obvious answer is in the outtakes ...
david motti (4 months ago)
First time here. Nice job
Raj Singh (4 months ago)
Thanks for this. It looks like one of the most straightforward box joint jigs out there.
BAZZinator (5 months ago)
Michael L Mello (5 months ago)
How do you find the description to get the plans??
Michael L Mello (5 months ago)
I liked that jig, great job, thank you!!
Ingmar M (5 months ago)
You sound like you are channelling Frank Howarth (Frank Makes) or vice versa lol
Mark Thornton (5 months ago)
You just made a box joiner jig on your router, to make a box jig for your table saw ??? using your router you are not limited by the thickness of your of a saw blade. why not make some plans up for router based jigs.
Fisher's Shop (5 months ago)
This was covered. Routers aren't good for box joints because of the tendency to break off the fingers when using hardwoods. Table saws are ideal to use.
Philippe55 (5 months ago)
I have a dumb question. Why not just cut the finger joints on the router instead of the table saw?
Philippe55 (5 months ago)
Thank you
Fisher's Shop (5 months ago)
The hardwood fingers are very prone to snapping off on the router table (as seen in the outtakes).
rolando salvania (6 months ago)
the bloopers are even more satisfying hahahahaha Nice work btw. more power.
nick danger (6 months ago)
I cant find saw blades that cut a 90 degree slot profile, like at 8 :40 in the video. All seem to be the standard offset teeth type. Where do you get them? And exactly what are they called?
Fisher's Shop (6 months ago)
I buy my blades online. Search for ones that say "flat tooth". Some might be ABT (alternating beveled tooth) but also include what's called a FRT (flat-top raking tooth) which would give you the same effect.
Minerva Lebron (6 months ago)
Fisher's Shop (6 months ago)
You’re very welcome. Tell your husband that I say “Thank you for your service” and that I wish him all the best. 😀👍🇺🇸
ausiewood (6 months ago)
Check out my modifications of your drawing on Sketchup 3D Warehouse - " box_joint_jig_dimesion1". I removed one vertical board which I felt was surplus. Had fun doing the drawing. Now I'm thinking I might build one too. Cheers.
Nancy Eichhorn (6 months ago)
I am so sorry, I cannot open the plans for this. Not sure what is wrong, would you consider emailing them to me?
rolando salvania (6 months ago)
For me,? your the man, selfless act is the best. sharing your skills without asking in return is the best. more power and God Bless.
Fisher's Shop (6 months ago)
Thanks, rolando!
Mango (6 months ago)
Frustrating that all woodworking videos on YoutTube people have all of these awesome tools that the average person doesn't have. I want to see things done with cheap tools and sweat.
Fisher's Shop (6 months ago)
A router table is one of the basics for any woodworker. You can make your own with a scrap of plywood. Nothing needs to be fancy... just functional.
Mango (6 months ago)
Don't even have a router table and most people wouldn't.
Fisher's Shop (6 months ago)
You mean like with a piece of junk router table and a table saw from the Smithsonian era? I didn't use anything fancy.
jeblubber jeblubber (6 months ago)
Das Ding ist einfach geil 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆
Alien Physics (6 months ago)
thanks for the plans ...... as I was viewing the plans I thought a nice feature would be to glue some Plastic Mirror Reflective Film on the facing rise at the front of the jig ( or is it back ? ) so you can look into the mirror and see the cuts being made .... practical ? probably not, but I personally like to see whats going on. Also I noticed you might be able to add different size notches to the "tops" of each template as well .... just turn it over for another size .... . GREAT PROJECT ! !
Kovinsk (6 months ago)
My dear friend, whoever writes to you is a carpenter from Brazil, who is really very grateful that you share this project, which is really simple, ingenious and very effective, as well as those of Matrhias Wendel and John Heisz. Congratulations and may God always bless you with wisdom and make you prosperous in many ways. From this grateful Brazilian friend!
Kovinsk (6 months ago)
Do not abandon the channel, and share more jgs ideas for carpentry and joinery
Fisher's Shop (6 months ago)
Thank you very much! So glad you liked it. :)
Brentallica1970 (6 months ago)
Spectacular.  You're ingenuity is amazing.  I love it and can't wait to try.  Thank you so much for sharing!
Grandpa's Gaming (7 months ago)
Wow very well done and explained! Thank you!!
Lee Whitehead (7 months ago)
Simple and clever. really well explained thanks , thumbs up and subbed
Big G (7 months ago)
I'm going to give this a go.
TheDublin47 (7 months ago)
Just made one and i have to say it is great i didn't realize how easy it is to work Oh man you are a genius and free plans as well witch not many people are kind enough to give out. I am going to tell everyone about your channel thank you so much Best of Irish luck to you
Fisher's Shop (7 months ago)
Thank you very much! Glad you liked it! :)
Mark McRostie (7 months ago)
I have made the jig with the help of your plans, but cutting the templates is frustrating as they keep breaking off. I have used both hard and soft wood, any tips you can give would be much appreciated. Your video was so easy to follow, keep them coming.
Mark McRostie (7 months ago)
Thanks I will give 5mm MDF a go, as I have used soft wood already,
Fisher's Shop (7 months ago)
As you may have seen in the outtakes, I had some similar trouble with exactly that. The only tips I can offer is to use a real soft wood like particle board or maybe even MDF, make sure your router bit is sharp, and to go real real slow.
Allan Browne (7 months ago)
Great template. But at 10:30 in the video, when you joined the two together, they didn't line up, how did you get around this? Obviously you found a way when you showed the completed joins. I am new to woodworking. When doing these joints, is the initial lineup of the pieces the width of the wood, or the width of the cuts to be made, like at time 9:35?
Fisher's Shop (7 months ago)
I just test-fitted the pieces with one of them upside down. That's all. You control that when you clamp them into the jig. You simply clamp one of them against the other offset by the width of the key based on the template that you're using. Hope that makes sense.
Jose Rodriguez (7 months ago)
Great video I’m a new subscriber. Thanks
Bill Hodges (7 months ago)
Have built the basic jig and am at the point of making the templates and the key. A bit of uncertainty -- at 9:05 the video shows locating the key with the 1/8" template, then gluing it to the back fence with the glue line only the edge of the key. Is this sufficient glue surface or should there be a slot cut go give better support? It appears that the saw fence could be used as a guide for cutting a slot here?
Fisher's Shop (7 months ago)
Hey Bill. Yes, I've built a couple of these jigs and I've done it both ways. Adding a slot for extra support helps for sure, but since the key isn't going to see a lot of abuse, just gluing it on the face has proven to be sufficient for me so far.
Bill Hodges (7 months ago)
I note that, on two other videos, the fingers should ideally be 0.006 narrower than the slots. Would a key which is 0.006 less than the saw kerf accomplish this?
Fisher's Shop (7 months ago)
The width of the key determines the width of both the fingers and the slots. So by making the key narrower, your fingers will get smaller but the slots will get bigger. If the key is wider than the kerf, the fingers will be bigger but the slots will be smaller. If you want a uniform size, you'll have to make the change with the template... not with the key.
Thomas Moersch (7 months ago)
Thanks for the video and for sharing your design. I have watched pretty much every kind of shop built finger joint jig construction video and I enjoyed every one of them. However this is the first one that I feel I cal actually build even if I don't have a jointer. I found most of the other construction methods too complex and involved. Have you considered making templates out of aluminum or plastic?
Fisher's Shop (7 months ago)
You're welcome, Tom. Thanks for watching! If I had a CNC I definitely would have made the templates that way and used material like plastic or aluminum. But since I don't, I had to make do with what I had on hand.
Jeremy Specce (7 months ago)
So I guess the Key has to be the size of the blade kerf, whatever that is. To extrapolate, if i wanted to do HUGE box joints with a 3/4" dado stack i could make a 3/4 key and like a 2" template. I like how this jig will have fixed distance fingers (or variable, if you wanted to make a weird template, maybe) The vast majority of jigs reference the previous finger for the spacing, so any error gets factored in from that finger onward to all the rest. This one all the joints you make will be based on the same template so any two pieces should fit together perfectly as long as they are oriented properly. ( I think that makes sense) Subscribed!
Fisher's Shop (7 months ago)
Right on. Never thought of making another one that will work with a dado stack. Neat idea!
VideoNOLA (7 months ago)
What if the templates were made out of multiple "keys" lined up side-by-side (and held straight by a long clamp), such that they could be slid up/open and down/closed... this would permit you to "flip" the template over and make a matching series of cuts on piece B to fit the ones on piece A. Test it out using some dominoes, for example. If they were slid A={down, down, up, up, up, down, down, up, up, up, down, down}, then the flipped version for piece B={up, up, down, down, down, up, up, down, down, down, up, up}, and the two pieces should mesh perfectly. This gives you even further customization options and "looks" to your work! Think it can be done?
Fisher's Shop (7 months ago)
Believe it or not, I thought of that and something very similar was one of the first experiments I did in this project. No matter how careful I was in cutting the keys consistently, there was always a variation that screwed things up. But I was trying to make them out of wood so maybe natural expansion played a role here. Perhaps if you actually used plastic dominoes like you suggested it would have worked better. Great idea.
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Steven Miller (7 months ago)
You Sir, have a new "Subscriber"! Thanks for the video. I'm going to give it a shot. Hopefully it turns out as well as yours. I will let you know how it turns out.
Steven Miller (7 months ago)
I wish I was that "Steve Miller"! I still rock to his tunes. As a retired O&G worker involved in maintenance, I really enjoyed the shirt you are wearing in this video!
Fisher's Shop (7 months ago)
Thanks Steve! As a side note, I had your greatest hits on cassette in my truck for pretty much my entire high-school and college years. :P
Rick Bleda (7 months ago)
Thanks Fishers shop for the pdf of the back of the jig. Rick
Rick Bleda (7 months ago)
Love your box joint jig! I got the pdf of the jig but do you have one or can you make a pdf or pic of the back of the jig? I would really like to make one myself. I just don’t understand how the back works. You are just a little too fast for me on your video lol. Can’t wait to make some boxes! Thank you, Rick
Fisher's Shop (7 months ago)
Rick, I added a picture of the back to the 2D dimension drawings in the video description. Hopefully that answers your questions.
Tony Carter (7 months ago)
Thank you for finger joint jig I’ve just finished mine copied from many viewing of your YouTube listing but after a few miss starts it’s finished great keep up the releases it’s great
Fisher's Shop (7 months ago)
Thanks, Tony!
gamal assad (8 months ago)
impressive, very easy to build , it will be practical. thanks for charing.
David Canfield (8 months ago)
Liked your design if you don't mind I put a link to it on my web page
Fisher's Shop (8 months ago)
Knock yourself out! :) As long as your site isn't LookHowDumbFishersShopIs.com...
Ronald Royakkers (8 months ago)
hey there cant find the plans can you give me the link?
Trevor Merton (8 months ago)
Thanks for putting the Video it was really great and simple Regards, Trevor from Australia
Jeff Johnson (8 months ago)
Very nice. I suppose this would work on a router table as well?
Fisher's Shop (8 months ago)
Probably not that well actually. Routers tend to snap off the fingers of hardwood. That’s why I had to make my templates from softer woods.
Steve Hayes (8 months ago)
Great video - thank you for sharing it. I have a question... Could a person just use the router jig that you made as a box joint jig? What's the advantage of use the table saw? Thank you!
Fisher's Shop (8 months ago)
The router snaps off the fingers if the wood is hardwood. You'll see what I mean in the outtakes of the video at the end. Table saw doesn't do that. Thanks for watching!
Mike Aloba (8 months ago)
Out takes are funny dude! Great jig! Still looking for the plan you defined in the video.
Blackgold67 (8 months ago)
Thanks for sharing this video. Seeing that your a woodworker like me and don't charge for your stuff, I became a subscriber to your channel. Love your stuff so far bud... keep up the awesome work...
Walter Johnson (8 months ago)
10:30 - You have one of the pieces upside down. the pieces don't fit in that view.
Fisher's Shop (8 months ago)
Yeah, someone else pointed that out too. Haha. It still demonstrates how tight the joint is though whether it's upside down or not.
akbychoice (8 months ago)
Can you stack boards 2 or more and get the same results? I’m going to attempt to make this jig. Thank you.
vmitchinson (8 months ago)
Making the template would be the most difficult part so I though that a template from a dove tail jig could be used.
Fisher's Shop (8 months ago)
Good thinking!
Ross at Bspoke (9 months ago)
Very cool. Great concept and video. Thanks for sharing..... Fun outtakes. I start with Sketchup for every project. For those using Sketchup, assigning the individual parts to groups or components allows the user to separate the individual parts thus creating an exploded drawing, not to be confused with the Explode function in Sketchup. Again, thanks for sharing.
Fisher's Shop (9 months ago)
Thanks Ada. Good tip for SketchUp too. I wish I was more adept at it but I've just been fumbling my way through. Thanks for watching! :)
Gungnir (9 months ago)
Magnífico, haré uno igual. Gracias
wiedapp (9 months ago)
So far the best best box joint jig I have seen. Not too complicated, easy to build, easy to use and very versatile!
E Caff (9 months ago)
Thank you for sharing. Great job and great video. You are the Woodworker.
E Caff (9 months ago)
Well Sir, over here,  you are the Woodworker. Over the years in construction, I have found that there is always someone out there who's idea has a different solution to a problem. When that person has a, K.I.S.S. solution to a problem, they are the genius for the moment.  I'm a Tinsmith by trade, So, I understand many of the woodworker's ideas. Your jig is quick, solves my problem, and it is easy to build.  Keep up the great work, excellent ideas, and funny out takes. A good laugh, is good medicine.
Fisher's Shop (9 months ago)
Thanks E Caff! I'm not sure about "the" woodworker, I'm just a regular guy that screws around in his shop. Every now and then I have a decent idea though. :)
Serge Daney (9 months ago)
Loved the video, and thank you for the free plans: can't wait to make this jig :) Subbed and liked.
Brett Wyrick (9 months ago)
You think one could make this without a router?
Fisher's Shop (9 months ago)
I thought about how to make those templates for a while and the only consistent way I could think of doing it was with the router table. But if you think of another way, let me know.
Brett Wyrick (9 months ago)
PS subscribed and love the outtakes. "Get inside the table saw!"
Jono Rezzillo (9 months ago)
Add your Jig to my Pinterest page, is this Ok? Great Design 👍👍⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Jono Rezzillo (9 months ago)
Really sorry to ask once again, but I’ve searched every where , and clicked show more videos, still no link to the fingerboard plans 😂🤪
Fisher's Shop (9 months ago)
I don't know what to tell you, bro. It's in the video description... plain as day.
Jono Rezzillo (9 months ago)
Fab jig...once again ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Si Latty (9 months ago)
Jan Simonsen (9 months ago)
This looks great, and I’m assuming that by using the lateral motion to clean up, you don’t need a flat tooth saw blade.
Fisher's Shop (9 months ago)
Hmm, there's some blades that don't have all flat tops but they have what's called a raking tooth which is flat which essentially "cleans up" the cut from that the ABT (alternating beveled tooth) leaves behind.
Jan Simonsen (9 months ago)
Fisher's Shop That's something I'm finding difficult to buy in the UK.
Fisher's Shop (9 months ago)
You would still need a flat tooth to get precise corners within each notch.
Kevin Blanc (9 months ago)
Looks really great. How has the walnut index key held up? It didn't seem like there was much glue surface area (unless something just didn't register with me when I watched.) Love the simplicity.
Fisher's Shop (9 months ago)
It's worked out just fine for me so far. Granted, I don't use this jig everyday. Some have suggested that you can cut a shallow kerf in the back and glue the key into that. That would definitely hold it better. And the kerf could be pretty much anywhere, doesn't have to be centered.
ele turco petriani (9 months ago)
Can you shear your measurements please they are the best thank you.
paul thomas (9 months ago)
how do i get your plans for this box joint and finger jig its great
Martin Kidrič (9 months ago)
FINALLY!! A simple and fully functional box joint jig.
V Star 1300 Adventures (9 months ago)
Pretty smooth on both the thought process, and the jigs made. Very nice sir.
Sebastian Palmer (10 months ago)
Cool. I'm going to make one of these, and a few templates. Thanks for sharing.
Craig Monteforte (10 months ago)
I’ve watched and studied all the others on YouTube and store bought and I like yours the best because of the simplicity the most kiss works for me too why make life more complicated than it needs to be ? Imo
Art M (10 months ago)
Interesting! I am going to make one. The only thing I am concerned with is the exposed saw blade on the back side after you have made the cut. I have seen other plans on Utube where they add a block on the backside to cover the exposed blade and place blocks in the saw table tracks to limit the amount of forward travel.
Fisher's Shop (10 months ago)
Yup, you could absolutely add a safety block back there. Just glue one on! No problem.

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