INCRA I-Box Jig for Box Joints (Standard & Shopsmith) Part Number: INCRA I-BOX & INCRA I-BOXSHOSPMITH
To get right to the point, the new INCRA I-Box is the most advanced tool ever produced for
creating a stunning variety of box joints & finger joints. Its revolutionary design allows faster
setup, greater versatility, and improved user safety compared to traditional jigs. At the
same time, it's easy to use and the included 1-hour instructional DVD covers everything
from basic setup to advanced decorative joinery.
This versatile design works on both table saws and router tables, and it's available to fit either 3/4"x3/8" standard miter slots or Shopsmith machines (use the selector above to choose the version). We also offer unique I-Box Combos and accessories to get you up and running fast - box joint blades, gear for making wooden hinges, spare backer boards and more.
The I-Box is an evolutionary leap
forward from conventional box joint
methods - this single jig can be used
on both your table saw and your
router table, and the IBox's dual
pitch lead screw mechanics easily
micro-adjust joint tightness & provide a whopping 1/8" - 3/4" range
of pin widths. It's capable of making
good fitting box joints using any
width cutter within that range into lumber from 1/4" to 1" thick.
The advantages continue far beyond the basics: I-Box-exclusive joints like the Center
Keyed Box Joint can be used to produce symmetric patterns on any width lumber, allowing
you the flexibility to create joinery that matches existing project plans rather than altering
board widths to fit the limited possibilities of traditional box joint jigs.
The Splined Box Joint is yet another INCRA-only decorative joint that's guaranteed to add
wow-factor to your projects, and the I-Box can even be used to produce an unlimited
variety of classic dentil mouldings!
Nothing says "craftsmanship" like adding solid wood hinges to your projects, and the I-Box can be used in conjunction with the INCRA HingeCrafter to produce wooden hinges in four different barrel diameters and in lengths up to 10". Works with the metric HingeCrafter, too!
If you've been looking to improve your shop's joinery capabilities with a fast, versatile,
and easy to use method for producing box joints of all descriptions, the INCRA I-Box is
what you've been waiting for.
Made in USA.
The INCRA I-Box is a Taylor Design Group, Inc. - Schaffter designed product.
The INCRA I-Box is packed with innovative features:
Use it on your table saw or router table to cut great looking box joints
with a stacking-type dado blade, dedicated box joint blade set, or straight
Reversible design works on either side of the cutter
Exclusive dual-pitch lead screw mechanism for fast micro-adjusting and a
broad 1/8" - 3/4" range of pin widths cut into lumber from 1/4" to 1"
Exclusive INCRA GlideLOCK miter bar fits standard 3/4" x 3/8" miter slots
with a 0.740" - 0.762" adjustment range
FREE 1-hour instructional DVD covers basic setups through advanced
Front and rear blade guards; front guard also stabilizes boards vertically
and is adjustable for 1/4" to 1" lumber thicknesses for box joints or even
thicker for other applications
The wide fence allows clamping lumber securely into position while
cutting much better than hand-held boards, especially when joining
small or large lumber (hand screw clamp not included)
Reversible & reusable MDF sub fence dramatically reduces or eliminates
Exclusive INCRA GlideLOCK miter bar fits standard 3/4" x 3/8" miter
slots with a 0.740" - 0.762" width adjustment range or is available in a
version for Shopsmith machines (use the selector above to choose).
Miter bar position adjustable up to 7-1/2" away from saw blades (edge
of blade to center of miter slot) or up to 7-3/4" from routers (center of
collet to center of miter slot).
Works at your table saw
... and your router table
1. Built-in miter gauge with
miter bar 2. Front and rear blade guards
for maximum safety
Micrometer adjustment for
Easily cut 2 or more pieces
at a time up to 1” total
(Hand screw clamp not included)
As a bonus, the IBox can even be used to produce classic dentil mouldings! Altering the spacing between cuts and height of the cutter lets you change the moulding's proportions to create a nearly infinite variety.