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Box Joint Jig Plans
A jig for boxed joints is a must have for any woodworking shop.
Box joints add a professional touch to your projects; they can be cut on a table saw with a dado blade or with a router in a table with a straight bit. Generally the thickness of the material and the width of the tails are the same, they should be cut slightly deeper then trimmed for a perfectly flush fit. Follow these easy instructions for making a box joint.
Start making box joints with the help of these plans.
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