Box Joint Jig Video: How to Make a Box Joint Jig/Finger Joint Jig for a Tablesaw

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Box joints, also called finger joints, are a great way to join corners on a box. Not only do they add a significant amount of strength, they also look great. Especially when the box joint is made from contrasting materials. The table saw, equipped with a dado head, provides a great way to make box joints, provided you have a jig. WWGOA’s box joint jig video shows a simple shop-made box joint jig is the perfect solution to your box joint needs.

The plans for this jig can be found here.

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8 Responses to “Box Joint Jig Video: How to Make a Box Joint Jig/Finger Joint Jig for a Tablesaw”
    • WWGOA Team

      The pin should be made of hardwood, and should be 1/4″ wide (or whatever is the size of your dado) x 1-3/8″ long. It should be the height of your dado slot minus 1/16″.

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  1. dalemurray

    Just a suggestion, how about making the links in the articles a little more obvious. I’m color blind and had to mouse over the article looking for my pointer to change.

    Color seems like an obvious indicator but not for everyone.

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Gerard. You will need to be signed into your membership in order to view the plans.

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