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How To Make A Half Blind Dovetail Jig

We have been busy making all new roubo workbenches for our school. One of the nice features of the roubo workbench are the beautiful dovetails that cap the tail vise. Wanting to get the job done, hand cutting each one wouldn’t make sense. So I created a jig which utilizes the table saw and trim router that cuts the time down to about ten minutes per joint.

Specific Tools Used

Starrett 4″ Combo Square
Forrest Woodworker II Saw Blade ATB

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3 thoughts on “How To Make A Half Blind Dovetail Jig

  1. I would love to attend your online school or take a few classes. How would one accomplish that? Love the have blind dove tail jig video btw. Please email with information. Thank you.

  2. HI, Wm,

    The 8 -legged table really came together nicely. Focal point of our living room now.

    Best to you,

    Kurt Walker

  3. Hell ya bud site looks great when will the online class be ready I’m ready to make the coffee table
    Look at you TV star now. HAHHAAHA
    Miss you guys
    Brad Buehrle

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