2012 WOODŽ magazine Innov8 Awards
Box-joint jig adjusts to fit your blade or bit
After a one-time calibration, rotating a single knob adjusts Incra's I-BOX over an industry-leading range of finger sizes, from 1/8" to 3/4". After this, its unique positioning mechanism ensures precise finger spacing, and you use the microadjuster instead of switching pins to match your dado set or router bit. The self-supporting fence has its own adjustable miter bar and a 1/4" hardboard backer that you'll eventually need to replace. Trap the workpiece between the backer and the front cutter guards, loose enough to be able to move the board freely yet snug enough to keep it from moving during cuts, then step-and-repeat for perfect-fitting joints.
I-BOX box-joint jig, $150
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