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Published on Mar 6, 2015
This spline jig is a real simple and easy to make jig that rides along your table saw fence and allows you to cut splines in picture frames and boxes. Just using glue on mitered corners may seem good enough but over time as the width of the wood expands and contracts with the seasons the joints will eventually break. And that’s why you need splines. Unlike a lot of spline jigs, this rides along the fence and not in the miter slot which means you can place the spline anywhere you want and even cut wider splines by moving the fence and making multiple passes. Setting the blade height is easy since the corner sits just a hair above the table and the two guides easily clear the blade. Subscribe for weekly woodworking projects: http://www.youtube.com/user/drunkenwo...