box joints jigs
The wood in that box is tiger maple and walnut. Both obtained locally. I also use spaltic maple which is also local (Louisville, KY area). The jig & router table I made & both have Triton routers. Enclosed are photos. It took some playing around to get it accurate. There is a micro adjustment screw on both fences in the block of wood to the right, but once accurate I never change it. Also I put a screw in the end of a board (see photo) for adjusting for the first cut of the 3/16". This is to make sure all 4-piece of box the bottoms are even.
A fellow sold me some blocks of spaltic maple which moisture content of 21. I sliced the boards and drying it.
Last edited by kywoodchopper; 05-10-2014 at 08:35 AM.