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These surefire pointers from Judy Gale Roberts and Jerry Booher could improve your results dramatically. Read More ...
To use this jig you will need a tablesaw, stackable dado set, and calipers with dial or digital readout. You can purchase the dial type for $25-$50; digital models cost $60-$75.
Before you cut the actual box joints, keep in mind that the width of your box sides must be an increment of the finger width. Otherwise, you'll wind up with less-than-pleasing partial fingers at the bottom of your box.
A slight tilt of a saw blade gives your corner splines a whole new look. It doesn't take much work to put a new spin on traditional splined miter joints.
The Joint Book ... by Terri NollThis is the ultimate workshop reference ...
Giving woodworkers all the knowledge they need to choose the right joint for the job. It also features step-by-step, illustrated instructions for making over 70 joints, including mortise and tenon joints, dovetails, miters and more.
Covers Every Basic Joint in Every Joint Family ...
Including a range of joint variations and helpful jigs. Every workshop should have this book whether you are just starting out or a seasoned veteran. This Guide also includes a quick-reference Joint Selector guide, and instructions for working with hand tools as well as power tools to achieve each type of joint.
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A handy 6½" x 8" Spiral Bound Book ...
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