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Old 10-24-2018, 03:18 PM
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When you get the kit, It comes with a 1/4" two flute downcut spiral.
That does the shaping of the tongues and the cutout of the dados for the shaping bit. You will see the 1/8" radius on my measurements.
It is a kit.
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Old 10-26-2018, 11:59 AM
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This would be a fun one to try out...I think it's a "pin & cove" joint.
You could "fake" the pin with a dowel if using laminated wood.

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Old 10-26-2018, 12:40 PM
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If you had a vertical fixture for your cnc that would be a pretty simple joint.

Here is another that a 1/4 endmill could do. Kind of odd, but definitely unique.
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Old 10-26-2018, 09:20 PM
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If you had a vertical fixture for your cnc that would be a pretty simple joint.

Here is another that a 1/4 endmill could do. Kind of odd, but definitely unique.
Thats pretty cool. Was that done with JointCam or is that your own design? Im slowly working towards making a fixture for my lathe rails to do unique joints like that.
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Old 10-26-2018, 09:42 PM
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Joe, I believe that done with a Leigh D4 family jig.
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Old 10-26-2018, 10:53 PM
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Thats pretty cool. Was that done with JointCam or is that your own design?

JointCAM doesn't do that style of joint.
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Old 10-26-2018, 11:10 PM
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I found that joint with google search....:) I just thought it was unique. A person could do that with vectric though. Just make patterns for standard drawer sizes.

It was a leigh jig jike said above.

I actually just use a domino to put my ply drawers together.
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Old 10-27-2018, 09:38 AM
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"If you had a vertical fixture for your cnc that would be a pretty simple joint."

Isn't that why you can set the gantry travel to be wider than the table on the "back side/right side (depending on where you stand)...so that you can clamp something vertically alongside and mill then end of it?

"I actually just use a domino to put my ply drawers together."

If you clamped one vertically alongside, you could cut the slots for the biscuits on the CNC and leave the biscuit joiner in the drawer, but...unless you were doing several at once and wanted to do it repetitively, I can't imagine that it would be faster. I have a healthy respect for my biscuit joiner. Next to the table saw with a dado blade, it's the most dangerous tool in my shop.

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Old 10-27-2018, 01:38 PM
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John, if you have the extended gantry that comes with the pre-setup for the 4th axis you can conceivably setup to the side of the table to hold material vertically and do things like dovetails and joinery, but there would be a limitation to material width...probably ok for most drawers, but not for casework. For that, a slot in the table that allows vertical work holding would be necessary, at least with the Camaster machines. Some CNC machines have the inherent ability to hold material vertical at the front of the bed.
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Old 10-27-2018, 04:49 PM
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I have an extended gantry for the lathe on mine.

I am not aware of ony place to jig vertically on the back right or wherever but your machine may be different? You are limited to the distance from you bit to where the gantry tries to run over your work piece.

People have made a slot in the spoilboard for vertical jigs. If you wanted to you could remake your vacuum plenum to accommodate that.

I did see that cnc that had the tiltable aluminum plate on the front to make these things easier. It's a good idea and would add some flexibility.
Would I ever use it? idk maybe for fun

The Domino is pretty fast it has locating pins not setup required. It's really clean, the vac does a great job. I think trying to cut a biscuit slot on a cnc like mine would be not a great use of time.
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