How to Make Finger Joints on a Table Saw with a Single Blade. To make finger joints without a dado stack on a table saw is very simple.
All you need is a set of wooden blocks with exact measurements and a cross cut sled. The dimensions of the finger joints in this video is 20 mm. The black block is 20 mm minus the thickness of my saw blade.
Here is a second video about this method in German with English subtitles:
If you have any questions please write it in the comment section. I will answer every single one.
If you like this video please give it a thumbs up, if not please give it a thumbs down and let me know whats wrong, in the comment section.
* NEW VIDEOS *
I publish one or two new videos every week. If you want to be informed click the subscribe button and then this little bell. It is free and you can unsubscribe every time you want.
* BECOME A PATREON *
Do you like my videos?
Now you can support me on Patreon. I really appreciate it.
* MUSIC IN THIS VIDEO*
is from the YouTube Audio Library
Tags: How to Make Finger Joints on a Table Saw with a Single Blade, DIYJIG, DIY JIG, Vorrichtung, Selbermachen, Selber bauen, How to, Basteln, Holzwerken, Werken, Werkstatt, Stephan Pöhnlein, How to make a Box Joint Jig for a Single Blade, How to make a Box Joint Jig, Box Joint Jig, Single Blade, DIY, JIG, how to make finger joints, finger joint, no dado stack, homemade box joint jig, Fingerzinken auf der Kreissäge herstellen, Vorrichtung zum Fingerzinken sägen, without dado stack, table saw, Fingerzinken, Kreissäge