And so once again I find myself wanting to thank Bob for his finesse with on topic replies complete with the 'links' that matter!.
10 seconds into my first time through the video I noticed the miter attached to the jig used what I will call 'common tracking' , as opposed to the 'rinky dink crapolla tracking' found on some lower end shop tools (including my first and so far only TS). I threw up a pic of both the track and the miter that mates with it. Many, if not most track based accessories require a uniform width 'rectangular' through-way along the entire track.
My first attempt to make a crude box point jig is stalled by with the 'track compatibility' twist.
One inspirational aspect of the video is that it supports the idea of joining a 'light weight' jig to the table's existing miter totally eliminating the need to build a 'huge sled'. And since I did luck into a RAS, I don't need a 'monster cross cut sled' as much as I thought I did last month.
Perhaps more important, in less than 3 minutes, it showed how simple this box joint thing can be with either a TS or a RT.
wbh1963 is flowing with the grain in Arlington, Washington, USA
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