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Thread: My Shopnotes Box Joint Jig

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    My Shopnotes Box Joint Jig

    It's been months since I've been in. Looks like you all have been busy as I've been. I've been building a bit of Arts and Crafts furniture, improving the shop, and totally overextending myself with friends and family with, "assure, I can make that." You know the drill.

    I made this box joint jig over the weekend. I haven't out it through its paces yet, but I think it will be a good tool in my shop. I made a few minor mistake which I hope I can salvage. Whaddaya think?

    Kevin

    In arte voluptas - in der Kunst liegt Vergnügen - in art lies enjoyment

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    Nice job on the jig Kevin, be sure to show us what the joints look like.
    I'm supposed to respect my elders, but its getting harder and harder for me to find one now.

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    Nice job! Looks very well made and should give you some well fitting joints.

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    Thanks much. I will post some pictures of some hopefully good joints.
    Kevin

    In arte voluptas - in der Kunst liegt Vergnügen - in art lies enjoyment

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    That came out great Kevin. Nice execution. Should be a nice shop helper for years to come.
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    Looks good
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    Kevin, looks really good. Looking forward to the pics of your first project using it.

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    That is a great jig. I think you will be pleased with it.
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    Looks very well constructed, but as I'm a bit dense, I need to see instructions on how it works.
    Cheers,
    Roger


    The other member of Mensa, but not the NRA

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    Well done, Kevin!
    Bill Arnold
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