DIY 3dprinted mortise jig for loose tenon joinery with the router [Free plans]

The Festool Domino jointer is for sure one of the greatest innovations in woodworking as it makes loose tenon joinery very quick and building furniture as easy as the assembly of Lego bricks. Unfortunately this machine is quite expensive. In this article I will show you how to use a 3dprinter to build a jig that makes floating tenon joinery easy simple and cheap. If you have access to a 3d printer you can get most of the functionality of a domino jointer for around 1,50$ in material cost.



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8mm spiral cutting router bit on (
Bessey Kliklamp on ( or (
Festool dominos 8x40 on ( or (
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