Darnley Bynoe: Made one of these with both the T-track and the sawdust relief
modifications you suggested, also added about 5 inches to the front shelf,
which allows me to clamp and cut all 4 boards (2 offset by one pin width)
at once, like those screw advance sliders. Works quite well. Btw, after
running around from one hardware store to another to find the right size
screw knobs, T-nuts, threaded rods, etc. (ended up using 32 tpi screws),
the $15.00 for the set would have been a bargain ;-).
ductile12: like it !! well done..
dreamwisperer: what blade do you use to cut such a big portion of the wood?
javier a. castillo: thanks a lot buddie .......great for sharing with us
primitivescrewheads1: Now that is a box joint jig.
ndktube: The idea is great but the small fee at the Woodsmith Store is $15.95. That
includes the hardware but still that seems steep, especially if you've got
a lot of hardware kickin around already.
BrushCountryJamboree: dot = .
zxcvbnmrach: this suks balls
admec1: This vidio is absolute grea.......t! I love the demo. The jig is well
thought out but could do with some kind of holding device for the wood. I
think you would be able to construct a tunnel to guard the blade while
cutting in which case health and safety would not be an issue. Like to see
more of your stuff it's great.
Loco 4 Locomotives: Amazon sells a box joint blade set by Olsun that has flat-ground teeth.
You'll spend about $70, but get excellent results.
qstendious: Would you still use this method for larger projects? I want to make a box
frame that measures 54" x 29". It seems like it would be hard to control
Russell May: @qstendious I made this jig according to the plans and am able to adjust
the widths of the fingers and the spaces to the thousandth of an inch. So,
as long as you can push your frame across the saw, you should be able to
box joints on this for the widths you require.
Joe Faraldi: Excellent jig. I just ordered the plans and hardware from the site you
mentioned at the end. They owe you a commission!!! :)
John Barter: Highly informative.
takezaspirit: Thanks for posting! This is great.
SicSemper100: Just watched your video and I really like the additions you made. I have
bought the hardware kit and will add your idea to mine. I am glad I watched.
woodworksman20: I recently made this box joint jig and cut finger joints for 23 boxes. It
works really well with a quality dado blade set installed in your table
saw. I used my Frued super dado blade set and it produced beautifully tight
joints. I like this jig because it's accurate and flexible. Most other jigs
are limited to only a few set thicknesses of wood. This one you can adjust
to accommodate whatever thickness of wood you mill it to. Taller stock
tends to slip upwards in this jig so be sure to clamp .
BrushCountryJamboree: Joe the only thing about this box joint jig is you are cutting 1 pc @ a
time instead of doing 4 pcs at once. This is the jig Incra looked at when
they built the IBOX jig from what i can tell
Fishbreath81: Great video...I purchased the plans and made my own jig. Works great. Thanks
smackachu: Much respect! This might inspire me to build my own!
joelupah: Same set here, also the best accessory for box joints are the new Rockler
Clamp Cauls . Little pricey but WOW do they work.
ThisWoodwork: i didnt realise you vere udings a dado blade
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roger johnson: Joe what dado set do you have.I just built the jig and I am still playing
with it.I have a freud sd206.
Molten Mozzarella: Watched alot of these box joint jig videos. They were all either too big
and/or complicated and some even ridiculous. This one is simple, light and
small enough to store easily. Thanks for posting, thats one problem solved.
BrushCountryJamboree: Freud makes a excellant blade for doing box joints that will cut 1/4" & 3/8"
GreenKoldAid: look at MatthiasWandel ....
hopper1: Please tell me you're kidding about the dado blade thing :( I can't imagine
not being able to use one.
BrushCountryJamboree: delete the spaces
HalfCockedMD: O.k., for the life of me I can't find a saw blade with square blade tips...
they've all got alternating bevels, which makes the bottoms of the grooves
that they cut "V"-shaped, and that causes unsightly gaps in the finished
box joint. I literally spent 1/2 hour at Home Depot (I know, they stink but
they're the only hardware store I have near me) checking every blade,
trying to find one with a square-cut bevel, to no avail. Any suggestions?
maxdecphoenix: this is a good jig & good video but mathias wandell made a jig that pretty
much blows away every other dovetail jig ever made.
Vulcan63: To joelupah::::Wow ! -That's the most wonderful,faster and simple joint jig
machine I have seen until now, man.THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!
Aaron Bouverette: @HalfroosteredMD there are three types of table saw blades one rip, crosscut,
and combination. If you use the combination they have bevels, but they also
have a third tooth that bottoms out the Kerf.
395xp: Freud SBOX8 Box Joint Cutter Set, Cuts 1/4-Inch and 3/8-Inch grooves.
Designed with a flat grind (square) tooth....works well.
Обычный Человек: Super!Thanks
BrushCountryJamboree: if you extend the ledge from being small to 3" you can cut all 4 pcs at
once in 3/4" stock, you will need to change out the L brackets which are
3/4" X 4" to 3/4" X 8"