How to Make a Finger Joint Box Part 1 of 2

September 16, 2014

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Over the next 2 weeks I’m going to be working on a finger joint box. Finger joints or box joints are a joint in woodworking that I’ve always been interested in. There’s no doubt that finger joints have a cool look to them. I’ve seen many different ways to make these joints, whether it’s on a router or a table saw. I’m using a stacked dado set that is a 1/2″ wide. The width of the blade needs to be the same as the height of the blade. Once you load it up in your table saw, you need to make the jig seen in the video (kind of hard to explain). After all the pieces are cut, you have to glue them up. I used a Q-Tip to help get the wood in all the small spaces. I’ll be finishing this project up next Tuesday so be sure to stay tuned!

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