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 […]

How to Combine 4+ Connections at Once on Raspberry Pi

Hi! Alex, from Speedify here. If you’re anything like me, you’re pretty excited about the Raspberry Pi 4. And every time you look at it, you think “how many internet connections can I get this thing to use at the same time?” Well, maybe not everyone’s like me asking those questions. But in this video […]

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 […]

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 […]

Tool Database Merge and Backup – Part 10 – Vectric for the Absolute Beginner

Hey y’all! Welcome to Part 10 of my series on the Vectric software titles for the absolute beginner. Before we get started, let me say that I am neither sponsored… …nor endorsed, nor employed by Vectric Ltd., or any other company. I’m doing this series to help the person who has never done anything like […]

Ajustable router jig for square holes or recesses

Align router-based center See the previous video for how to make a center cone.

Making a Rail Anvil Stand

The rail gets traced here to establish a template The outline is cut using a bandsaw The template fits over the rail in both directions Strips of 1/2″ plywood are cut on the table saw Plywood squares are cut The template is used to trace the outline onto each square Holes are drilled to help […]