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I've seen a jig once before for using a small router table to make dovetail joints it was a shopmade jig anyone know what i'm talking about
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Hi Glenn. A bloke called Richard Stottman used to sell a Dovetail Template Master, which allows you to make your own jigs pretty accurately out of MDF. Good instructions, also good video at legacy.woodshopdeomos.com
You can make several versions, for use with a router table or with a plunge router (like a traditional dovetail jig).
I think it is now marketed by Milescraft.
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Welcome to the forum.

Search for 'Bill Hylton joinery' on Youtube.

I cannot find the link at the moment as my browser seems to be playing up.
The Bill Hylton link you suggested
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Sorry Bill but my browser cannot find that page.

This was the video I to which I was referring.

Dovetail Joinery with a Router - YouTube

However this is only for long dovetails, not dovetail joints in ends of boards (drawers and boxes).

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Sorry Bill but my browser cannot find that page.

This was the video I to which I was referring.

Dovetail Joinery with a Router - YouTube

However this is only for long dovetails, not dovetail joints in ends of boards (drawers and boxes).
I searched it, found it, watched it, but I never tested the link after I posted.

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