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Just watched the Oak Park Videos. Is there a way of downloading them, if anyone knows?

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If you are talking about the demo ones at Oak Park I don't think so Steve.

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I think you are talking of the ones on The Woodworking Channel dot com. If so, there is no way I have found to do that, but I'm sure i will be proved wrong by someone better informed than I.
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After watching those videos, I am completely sold on the Oak Park box joint fixtures. They seem so simple and easy to use.

Any downsides? They are on sale right now.

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"Any downsides?" = they are NOT free LOL

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I don't think you will find much easier way of doing box joints. I have the 1/4 and 3/8 inch jigs. You can make box joints with your Incra as well so you will have Box Joints covered. I made a little tutorial in the how to section on installing them on a non Oak Park table top which is pre drilled for them. I agree with Bob, only down side is they are not free If you get the Gifkin Jig eventually you will be fixtured exactly like I am for box making the easy way

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Did you buy the brass spacing bars?

Very impressed with this simple Oak Park system. I may only use the Incra for half blinds.

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Did you buy the brass spacing bars?

Very impressed with this simple Oak Park system. I may only use the Incra for half blinds.

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Yeah, I did. Makes set up real simple in any of your table routing and plunge routing and especially with setting up the box joint jig. Got two sets..that I ended up with and put one in the router table and one in my marking and measuring box. Many do use the Incra just for blind dt's and the variances of that joint. I haven't used my Incra yet but I am going to try the box joints on it as well.

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Steve, if you have been following my recent posts you will have seen just how easy the Oak Park jig is to use, but some pointers:
A good pusher is essential, I based mine on Bj's deluxe one
Keep the work-piece pressed hard up to the fence
Cutting one piece at a time seems to be more accurate
Make a test cut on a piece of the same material and adjust the fence if it's not perfect.

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