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I wonder if anyone has tried these. I am looking for a foolproof way to make box joints.

I used to use the traditional step sled method and might have to get back to that.
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I forgot to put a link to the template; sorry.
routertemplate.net/special_Box_Joint_Jig.htxx

Is there some way I could have edited the first post instead of adding a reply?
I had to fudge the link, since I am not allowed to post one, but changing the XX to ml will fix it.
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The easiest way to make box joints is with the Oak Park Box joint jigs. They are available in three sizes: 1/4, 3/8 and 1/2". Oak Park is no longer in production so when they are gone they are gone. Oak Park Enterprises Ltd.: Catalogue

Just checked and the 1/2" are gone.

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Default Martin's Box Joint Jig

I've used this jig several dozen times and I find it easy to use with flawless results every time. Once you've created the assembly with your own 2x4's and 1x4's, the rest is simple as pie. It is my first go-to jig when I want a strong joint with lots of glue surface.
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Hi

Just some links to your jig

Router Template | Woodworking Templates | Router Guides

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