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Hi everyone : Has anyone purchased or tried the Incra I-box finger joint jig , looks pretty simple and accurate compared to my home made one that takes forever to get right.

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I have the  Rockler sliding table jig about $60. It works well if your router table has a miter slot. Was able to make box joints on first try. Follow the directions and works great. 

I like the Rockler model ''box joint jig''---

intended for use on a router table.

Rockler Router Table Box Joint Jig

That's the one only box jig I have tried I was successful first try. Add a nice high fence and klamp the stock with kreg klamp good to go.


How high was the fence you needed?

Gary roofner said:

That's the one only box jig I have tried I was successful first try. Add a nice high fence and klamp the stock with kreg klamp good to go.

I will take a picture of my setup. It comes with 3 sizes of box joints. I used the plastic trim white facia outside wood nice square and straight  .

I promised to take a picture of my rockler box joint jig with my fence .



How do you like the Bosch router table, pictured in your photo?

What are some of the advantages, you've find, that is to your liking?

Its compact and solid built however to high for my new workbench.

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