why are you not using your router?
Just my preference.
I like the "linearity" of the cutting action over bit rotation for this particular joint.
If you always use the same dado blade, once the ďkissĒ is done all one has to do is turn a knob to set any width of finger (within the limits) by dialing in a practice cut.
A change in joint width on a router would require a new kiss and I find it a little more difficult to find top dead center of cut on a router bit than simply kissing a tooth on a table saw blade.
Work surface on my table saw is larger, nicer to work on and a little more quiet, too.
Bill Huber uses his Ibox on with this router table setup
, looks pretty good for those who prefer to spin cut the joints.
Originally Posted by mgmine
I spent a day building a fancy jig (I now see that someone else built one and put it on Youtube). The jig looks great and is very adjustable. The problem is that it takes for ever to set up and I can never remember how to use it.
Yep, thatís similar to the one I made and used for years, fine adjustment is great but one still needs to figure out the initial setup, the Ibox is much easier to dial inÖ. itís almost embarrassing how easy it is.
Originally Posted by CharleyL
I haven't used it myself, but I know the inventor and he took the time to show me how it worked.
I followed posts from guy on Sawmill Creek, brilliant concept.