TD330 Through Dovetail Jig
The Leigh® Model TD330 Through Dovetail Jig is easy to use and affordable. Two carbide-tipped dovetail and straight router bits make joints in board widths up to 12-7/8" and board thicknesses up to 13/16" right out of the box. Routing through dovetail joints on the TD330 is simple. Rout...
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The Leigh® Model TD330 Through Dovetail Jig is easy to use and affordable. Two carbide-tipped dovetail and straight router bits make joints in board widths up to 12-7/8" and board thicknesses up to 13/16" right out of the box. Routing through dovetail joints on the TD330 is simple. Rout the tails, rout the pins, assemble the joint, and adjust for fit (when required). The adjustable side stop positions the tail and pin boards for perfect board edge alignment.
- Create joints in board widths up to 12-7/8" and board thicknesses up to 13/16"
- Adjustable side stop positions the tail and pin boards for perfect board edge alignment
- Jig template made of tough 30% glass-filled nylon
- 1/2" shank carbide-tipped 8° dovetail bit and straight bit
- Use a workbench, portable workbench or router table
- Maximum Board Width: 12-7/8"
- Maximum Board Thickness: 13/16"
- (1) Glass-reinforced nylon template
- (1) E10 Elliptical Guide Bushing
- (1) Pin wrench for guide bushing adjustments
- (1) 1/2" 8° dovetail bit
- (1) 1/2" straight bit
- (2) Side stops
- (1) Model TD 330 Through Dovetail User Guide
- The Leigh Model TD330 Through Dovetail Jig requires a minimum of a 1-1/2 HP (maximum motor HP) router with a 1/2" collet
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First look at the Leigh Through Dovetail Jig (Model TD330)
Come with us as we take a first look at the Leigh Through Dovetail Jig (Model TD330)
Joinery: Handmade vs. Machine-Made
Woodworking comes in all shapes, sizes and varieties. But no matter what your woodworking passion might be, eventually you’re going to need to join together two pieces of wood. And that opens up a world of joinery options.
Whatever method you choose, the question is—do you make your
joinery by hand or by machine? Here’s what our experts had to say…
So I have a full size dovetail jig and I have a small half dovetail jig, and the learning curve was a chore. I watched a few videos on this Jig to include one from Marc at the Spokane Woodcraft store. Since I live close enough I went into the store and chatted with Marc, Looked at his test piece saw an error and discussed it and decided to buy the jig. I followed the very easy Instructions, Had I not spoke with Marc, it would have made no difference, I used as my test board a 1x6 pine that I cut to 5" and jointed both sides, using my 3/8 router setup bar i set the tails board in. Then cut the tails and with the bushing at 5 Perfect, I suppose I could Tighten it up a bit but it was just great. This Jig made me an Instant Through Dovetail Pro.
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