Finger joints are used to make side-to-side or end-to-end joints in wood or wood composites. Box joint bits make just that; great looking, strong box corners. The tightness of the cut and the maximum glue surface create a joint that is stronger than the wood itself. The flush mounted bearing eliminates the need for complex alignment. Some have removable cutters to arrange for a variety of material thickness. Carbide tipped.

53610 Square Tooth 5 Cutters, 1-7/8" Dia, 1-3/8" Length, 5/32" Slot Height, 1/2" Depth, 1/2" Shank Amana

BOX/FINGER JOINT ROUTER BITS

$85.00 $261.00

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  • I wonder if that work for dinner chair frame ?

    Yes,  if  you are  talking  about  making  longer  pieces  for  the  leg,  back  or  seat.  If  you are planning  to use this  as  the  joint  between  the  sections,  no  it  won't  work.

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John H.
Get tool, just need one thing

I was needing instructions on how to use the bit. I got to work for me but it still needs adjustment

Run the piece you need for one side of the joint. Then use this piece as a setup block for the other mating piece. Adjust the height of the bit to match the cut piece. Align by matching the fingers that were cut on the first board with the fingers on the bit. Then cut the other side of the joint. We recommend a push block or miter gauge to feed.


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