Box joint made easy with on the table saw & router table. To get right to the point, the new INCRA I-Box is the most advanced tool ever produced for creating a stunning variety of box joints & finger joints. This is the most advanced box joint jig ever produced! Works at both table saws and router tables, features micro-adjustable joint tightness, and allows pin widths from 1/8 – 3/4. The I-Box is an evolutionary leap forward from conventional box joint methods. This single jig can be used on both your table saw and your router table to produce symmetric patterns of traditional finger joints or add a wow factor to your projects with I-Box exclusive joints like the Center Keyed and Splined Box Joint.
This revolutionary jig really has it all! Using the Incra I-Box on your table saw or router table, you can produce great fitting box joints using any width cutter between 1/8 and 3/4 in any stock thickness from 1/4 to 1. Find great deals on eBay for Incra in Table Saws. Shop with confidence. INCRA i-BOX Jig. To get right to the point, the new INCRA I-Box is the most advanced tool ever produced for creating a stunning variety box joints & finger joints.
I’m a fan of Incra tools and was very happy to get the I-box jig for box joints as a gift. The jig is sturdy, made of extruded aluminum and MDF, and includes an instructional DVD. The Incra I-BOX creates a variety of box joints and finger joints. It allows for faster setup, greater versatility and improved user safety compared to traditional jigs. There has been previous discussions concerning the Incra I-B Jig for box Joints. Recently, I have run across another jig (Woodhaven 4555 Box Joint Jig.
Incra I-Box Versus Conventional Box Joint Jigs. Incra I-Box. Using the I-Box To Create a Box Joint — Versus Doing So With a Conventional, Shop-Made Jig. INCRA IBox Jig is an evolutionary leap forward from conventional box joint methods providing faster setup, greater versatility, and improved user safety compared to traditional jigs producing perfect fitting box joints, spline joints, and even dentil moldings: Works either side of the cutter on both table saws and router tables. Incra I-Box Jig For Box Joints. Item 205-0075192243009-AF Model 0075192243009 Added on September 20, 2013 Seller: Wal-Mart.com USA, LLC. There are lots of jigs on the market for making box joints and there are also classic tablesaw and router-based methods. I usually use my Incra fence system on the router table, but I have a large shop cabinet in build, want to do box joints, which requires a more stable work piece. A typical shop-made box joint jig attached to a miter gauge can produce satisfactory box joints. But accurate setup depends on rounds of test pieces and, of course, time.