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Forum topic by AlaskaGuy posted 04-09-2020 07:10 PM 220 views 0 times favorited 4 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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04-09-2020 07:10 PM

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#1 posted 04-09-2020 08:19 PM

That’s a nice jig wish I could make jigs that accurate.
Is he not missing some jointery to hold everything together?

-- Aj

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#2 posted 04-09-2020 08:42 PM



That’s a nice jig wish I could make jigs that accurate.
Is he not missing some jointery to hold everything together?

- Aj2

Pocket screws

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#3 posted 04-10-2020 03:17 AM

OK having made the same frame joints I need to point out a couple of things.
1 It is only that simple when using stock exactly the same width as the notching cutter.
2. When you use wider outer frames and the rails the process becomes a lot more complicated.
3. As Jared S pointed out the jointing fixing process is not included and biscuits can also be used.
4. Being that narrow almost excludes fitting the euro type hinges of most cabinet door use these days

It then becomes a very labour intensive joint however looking great at the finish.
I guess a matter of personal choice at the end of the day.

It is a brilliant setup he has.

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#4 posted 04-10-2020 03:59 AM



OK having made the same frame joints I need to point out a couple of things.
1 It is only that simple when using stock exactly the same width as the notching cutter.
2. When you use wider outer frames and the rails the process becomes a lot more complicated.
3. As Jared S pointed out the jointing fixing process is not included and biscuits can also be used.
4. Being that narrow almost excludes fitting the euro type hinges of most cabinet door use these days

It then becomes a very labour intensive joint however looking great at the finish.
I guess a matter of personal choice at the end of the day.

It is a brilliant setup he has.

- robscastle

To address item #2, use a spacer of the exact width over the width of cut in a single pass. (Your stock still needs to be perfect)

Slightly more complicated jig cutting wide notches with explanations.
https://youtu.be/FvBefqYInhc

#4, not sure what you see as narrow? Euro hinges work fine.

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