INCRA IBox Jig For Box Joints

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Product Description

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. I-Box can even be used to produce an unlimited variety of classic dentil moldings.

  • Wide fence allows clamping lumber securely into position (hand screw clamp not included)
  • Reversible design works on either side of the cutter
  • 1/8″ – 3/4″ pin widths range with dual-pitch lead screw mechanism for fast micro-adjustment
  • GlideLOCK adjustable miter bar fits standard 3/4″ x 3/8″ miter slots
  • Includes instructional DVD covering basic setups through advanced decorative joinery

3 reviews for INCRA IBox Jig For Box Joints

  1. Ric de Nysschen

    Cuts perfect Box Joints all the time . Best to use with a Dado Blade setup .

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2 questions for INCRA IBox Jig For Box Joints

  1. Paul Moldovanos

    Is the I box set complete or do we have to purchase other components. Can it work on a single blade on the table saw.

    • Siphesihle Hato

      Good morning Paul, yes this single unit comes complete with all its components and fittings. The only item which you do not receive is the hand-screw clamp seen in most of the product images as well as the zero clearance backing boards which you can purchase separately. Please note that it is recommended that this jig only be used with a stacked dado blade set.

  2. HennieM

    Hi Siphesihle, Which router table is suitable for this jig?

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