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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-22-2014, 12:15 AM Thread Starter
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Default Box joint jig for a craftsman table.

Hello, I have a Craftsman router table Model # 37596. Do they make a box joint jig to fit this or is there a good jig made to fit this i can make. Last three i made from my head didn't work.
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I am not sure what You are looking for? Oak Park Used to handle a nice unit, However, I don't know if They still do! I would check, There address is on this forum. Also, You could go to the Incra original. I know that They can do many other things, such as dovetails, and different spacing's, There are others as well. The Incra can be seen on u-tube. Hope this helps

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Hi Joel, there are many plans and examples of box joint jigs for router tables on the 'net.

Do you know why yours did not work?

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Default Thanks guys

I have looked at a ton of the different jigs. I was looking for a commercially available set up that would fit my table. I am new to wood working and thought this might be the easiest way to go as most jig plans call for dual runners on your sled. The table i have only has one so there is where my problem came from.
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