Leigh B975 Box Joint & Beehive Jig – Router Table Operation

Router table operation on the Leigh Box Joint & Beehive Jig The Box Joint and Beehive Jig can be used upside down on a router table, for boards up to 13/16″ thick, and as wide as the templates 9-11/16″ maximum All box joint are routed with the included Leigh 160 ½” bit and the Leigh […]

Leigh B975 Box Joint & Beehive Jig – How to Rout Box Joints

How to rout box joints on the Leigh Box Joint & Beehive Jig The Leigh Box Joint & Beehive jig, Model B975, makes it easy to rout ½” and ¾” box joints, in board widths up to 9-11/16″ and 13/16″ thick Box joints are extremely strong and well suited for a variety of projects from […]

Box Joints on the Leigh D4R Pro Dovetail Jig

Box Joints on the Leigh D4R Pro Dovetail Jig The striking symmetry of box joints, also known as finger joints, provides a focal point for any woodworking piece, and the large glue surface of box joints makes them just a strong as dovetails. 3/8” and 3/4” box joints are easy to rout with the dovetail […]

How to Make a Finger Joint Box : Rounding Box Joint Edges with a Router

Ok so far we have our finger joints a, cut a, they’re square and they’re flush. That’s one style of doing it, now I want to show you a little variation that makes these a, joints a little bit more interesting and also will hide little inconsistencies in the fit which you’re likely to get […]

Recreating a 100 Year Old Finger Joint Box / Woodworking Project

today’s video is brought to you by Squarespace whether you need a domain website or online store make your next move with Squarespace. This one is going to be a fun project today we’re going to see if we can recreate this century-old Crayon box. We’re going to make a couple where we try and […]

Leigh B975 Box Joint & Beehive Jig – Mounting & Assembly

Mounting and Assembly The Leigh Box Joint and Beehive jig, Model B975, is a simple, easy to use jig for making ½” and ¾”and box joints. Before using the Box Joint & Beehive Jig, you will need to make a simple beam The jig template, which has a ½” side and a ¾” side, is […]

Leigh Super Jigs – Finger Joints

SUPER Jig Finger Joints With all SUPER Jigs, you can route 5/16″ and 5/8″ precisely fitted finger joints without purchasing additional templates, bits or accessories. 5/16″ and 5/8″ finger joints are routed with the dovetail finger assembly, in 3 simple steps. 1. Arranged the guide fingers. 2. Rout the pins. 3. Rout the sockets Finger […]

How to Make Box Joints with Only a Router | Woodworking Jig

Today we’re going to make a box joint jig for the router. Not the table saw, not the router table but the router. [Music] You can you use a bigger router like this. You could use a smaller router like this. You can’t use this router this router. It’s crazy insane. It’s got some crazy […]

Modern Entryway Table using Finger Joints & Pocket Holes

Hey guys we’re Evan and Katelyn and today we built a walnut entryway table and we love it we originally designed this so it could be made 100% with dimensional lumber, meaning it wouldn’t need to be ripped on the table saw or anything like that, just picked up at the home center and cut […]