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FINGER JOINT JIG The trick to finger joints is to make sure the width of your dado stack is precisely the same as the space between the dado stack and the stop, which I'll call the "tooth" in this article. The tooth should also be exactly as wide as your dado stack. Begin by screwing a large piece of plywood (8" high; about 25" long) to your table saw's miter gauge. Set up your dado stack to the desired dimension and run your jig through the saw. Take the jig off the saw and attach the tooth to the jig with glue and screws. A good bond is essential.

FINGER JOINT JIG The trick to finger joints is to make sure the width of your dado stack is precisely the same as the space between the dado stack and the stop, which I’ll call the “tooth” in this article.


 

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