How to Make a Box Joint Jig
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Matt shows you how to make a super simple box/finger joint jig for the table saw using the Amana Tool item no. RB1020C 10" diameter 20t flat top grind blade from Toolstoday. *What do you think of this jig?
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He started by clamping a board to the miter gauge and cutting a slot. Then ripped a strip the same thickness as the blade with the help of the MicroJig GRR-RIPPER, to keep things safe. He then glued the key into the slot with some Starbond Adhesives thick superglue and accelerator.
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The jig was moved over the thickness of one of the offcuts and screwed in place. The finger joints were then cut and it worked great! This is a test piece and will be part of a router bit cabinet build coming up! Let us know if you want to see more!
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Tools Used in Video:
- Amana Tool RB1020C Electro-Blu Carbide Tipped Prestige Euro Rip With Cooling Slots 10 Inch D x 20T FT, 18 Deg, 5/8 Bore, Non-Stick Coated Circular Saw Blade
- Microjig GRR-RIPPER 3D Pushblock
- Starbond Gap Filler Thick CA Glue EM-2000, 2 ounce
- Starbond Aerosol Accelerator, 6 ounce