Box joint jig for router table
For my next project I'm planning on using box joints for the first time, so I started thinking about making a jig I could re-use in the future. I came up with this idea for a jig that can cut 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, and 1" box joints on a router table. Just separate the fence from the shuttle and reorient them for the joint you want. My biggest concern is trying to keep the workpiece perpendicular to the table. I think that the wider handle and long tongue will keep me well referenced to the table, and adding the dowels should make sure that the pieces are oriented correctly.
What do you think?