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August 21, 2017

DOVETAIL JIG REVIEWS

Porter Cable 4212 Dovetail Jig Review

The Porter Cable 4212 Dovetail Jig is the middle of Porter-Cable‚Äôs 4200-series of jigs, and we think it’s the best of the range for most woodworkers. It gives you the ability to easily cut all the most common joints, including through dovetails, half-blind dovetails, sliding dovetails and box joints, and add to that an incredibly low price of only $154.99, and you can see why it’s the bestselling dovetail jig on the market.

Porter Cable 4216 Dovetail Jig Review

The Porter-Cable 4216 Dovetail Jig is the top-of-the-range jig in Porter Cable’s excellent 4200 range of dovetail jigs and comes with all the finger templates for making all the joints. If you cut a lot of dovetails and you know that you will definitely want to cut the whole range of different dovetail joints, the Porter Cable 4216 is the most cost-effective way of buying the jig plus all the templates.

Leigh D4R Variable Dovetail Jig Review

The Leigh D4R Dovetail Jig is the ultimate variable finger dovetail jig, made by the people who invented variable finger jigs. The infinitely adjustable fingers mean that you can let your creativity run free and design unique variably sized and spaced joints with 100% accuracy. If you want to take your dovetail skills to the next level, the Leigh D4R is the jig that will make it happen.

Porter Cable 4210 Dovetail Jig Review

The Porter Cable 4210 12-inch dovetail jig is the entry-level dovetail jig in Porter Cable’s excellent 4200 range. Like all the jigs in the range it has Porter Cable’s patented alignment lines and router bit depth stop which simplify set-up and get you up and running in no time. This jig includes a template for creating half-blind and sliding dovetails, and you can add additional templates later when you need them.

Keller 1500 Journeyman Dovetail Jig Review