Wood Joinery The Game Box Article Which Appeared In August September 2006 Issue 43 Showed Some Sweet Decorative Dovetails The Dovetails Generated A Lot Of Interest Among Our Readers So We Asked Kevin To Give More Detail On Using The Incra Jig
Wood joinery the game box article which appeared in august september 2006 issue 43 showed some sweet decorative dovetails the dovetails generated a lot of interest among our readers so we asked kevin to give more detail on using the incra jig is article about Magazine bookmarked by sergio with ID 11775982510 was uploaded on 13-01-2019 and has been viewed 387,431 times.
Decorative Dovetails with the Incra System Illustrations by Mike Del Rizzo In this article Kevin shows you how to cut such dovetails using the Incra LS Positioning fence system.This system creates beautiful dovetails as well as complex and beautiful box joints.
It can also be used for sliding dovetails, rabbet cuts, or dados.It's use is not limited to your router table but can be moved to the table saw, band saw, or drill press.This jig delivers unbelievable accuracy and flawless repetitive cuts.
The joint featured on the game box is called a Corner Post Double Dovetail.It's one of dozens you can make with the Incra jig using the templates in the accompanying master reference guide.The LS Positioner takes no more than 30 minutes to assemble and mount to your router table.
It's made from aircraft grade aluminum milled to machine shop standards, then hard anodized for long wear life.The accuracy and repeatability of the system comes from Incra's patented lead scr*w technology (hence the LS in the name) which comes from the 32 tpi (threads per inch) lead scr*w that the system is based on.
It gives you incremental positioning in 1⁄32" steps as well as micro adjustments of...