Rockler Box Joint Jig

Reviewing the Router Table Box Joint JigThe new Router Table Box Joint Jig from Rockler, $119.99, looks easy to use. Once it’s secured on your router table (the table must have a 3/4″ miter slot), an aluminum index key is used for positioning. The right angle backer acts like a miter gauge to guide the material past the router bit. The jig can be used to cut 1/4″, 3/8″, and 1/2″ finger joints. The index keys for all three sizes are included with the jig. It would be best to secure your sacrificial board to the right angle backer. The backer is predrilled for this purpose.

Reviewing the Router Table Box Joint JigThe Router Table Box Joint Jig works with material up to 3/4″ thick. Rockler recommends using upcut spiral bits for the joints, available from Rockler for $16 to $23 each.

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3 Responses to “Rockler Box Joint Jig”

  1. Dennis Stevenson

    I like to use box Joints over dovetails.

  2. George Jackson

    At the demo two weeks ago, they were having problems with the new slots sliding over metal bar. Turn out the up cut spiral bit was slightly less the .25"...other Rockler spiral bits were the same. Might try a Freud bit.

  3. Jakob Thomas

    Is it possible to to buy the "Rockler Box Joint Jig" as metric system