swiftyfrommi

First project with incra ibox

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Joints look solid!  Cool project!

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Very cool.  Tight joints, nice material and a great end result.

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Very nice, swifty ! Pretty awesome for you first set of joints off that jig.

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Very nice joints.  Was the ibox hard to set up ?  I should make a service tray for my wife also. Nice job and I like the Oak.

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Very nice joints.  Was the ibox hard to set up ?  I should make a service tray for my wife also. Nice job and I like the Oak.

Thanks. It was really was easy just took a lot of test cuts. I started cutting these less than a hour after the ups man dropped it off. Biggest thing is keeping your parts straight on where they go.

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I have a question for anyone else who has an ibox. Do you prefer to use it on your table saw or the router table? I made these on the table saw but the dado blade leaves the little bat ears.

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So I had a piece of white oak leftover from another project so I made this for a Christmas gift 39660749a06243c86ba4d78d0bec0a52.jpg

The ibox is really easy to use after the first couple of tries.

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When your wife gets that good, you call her a partner or you get her another hobby;)! Very well done!

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