Eagle America Spline Jig

Spline Joinery ~ Woodworking Joint

As a carpenter I occasionally get to dabble into woodworking and cabinet making.   One thing I enjoy doing is making boxes with different, good looking joints.  dove tails, box joints and splines quickly come to mind.  Using these types of joints always increases the strength of ther project but also is asthetically pleasing. 

Splines are often used when making furniture, picture frames and boxes, spline joints add the look and feel of quality to your project.  splines increase the strength of your projects joint by providing more gluing surface.  One method with using splines is to use a contrasting wood color as your spline.

In woodworking, a spline is a strip of wood inserted into matching grooves or plows, along the edges of two boards. The purpose of the spline is to reinforce and align the board edges.   There are many applications where a spline can be used as a substitute for the tongue and groove.

Eagle America has a new  Spline Jig  Model # 400-1038  that fits your table saw miter slot and will no doubt save you time and increase the safety of your efforts. Eagle Americas Spline Jig  measures 12″ W x 24″ L and features an embedded t-track with two stop blocks.

The stop blocks are used to cradle a wide project or be adjusted for a narrow project.

The Spline Jig base is a durable 1/2″ HDPE which is a smooth, non-marring surface that easily slides on your table saw top. The adjustable 18″ miter bar will fit in any standard 3/4″ miter slot.

the Eagle America Spline Jig retails for $119.00.


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Rob Robillard

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