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TWO Router Dovetail Jigs

These two jigs are easy to make, and simple to use. One is for the router table, the other is used with a hand-held router. Both will cut through-dovetail pins (the tails are cut with a band saw, scroll saw or jig saw). The hand-held router jig will also enable you to cut half-blind dovetails as well. Both jigs are demonstrated in the videos below, and there's another video about laying out your joints.

 

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Download free dimensioned drawings of all ten frame profiles here.

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Laying out your dovetail joints

Using the router table dovetail jig

Through-dovetails with the clamp-on jig

Half-blind dovetails with the clamp-on jig

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