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Hi, I'm looking for plans to build a jig for cutting box joint on a router table. I'd like to be able to use the same jig to cut joints in 1/4" to 3/4" stock.

Any info would be great!
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It's true you can make your own and you can find plans all over the net but most are a bit lame, you want one that will work every time and not make tons of fire wood every time you want to put in some easy box joints..

I will suggest you buy the best at a good price from OP..and be done with it ,you will be glad you did, they are that good .

See the video , they can be used in many other ways as well..
Oak Park Enterprises Ltd.: Catalogue

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Multi-Joint Spacing System , see video on the bottom of the web page, for more info how to use the box joint jig..
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Another commercial router table box joint jig can be found at Woodline...

When I first started out I visited many public libraries... many have books on routers and on workshop jigs... and ya can't beat the price!

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Thanks for the information. The "oak" jig is the type I've been looking for, I'll follow up on it when we return from Christmas travels.

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