Build a Miter Spline Jig


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A miter spline jig is the perfect table saw accessory when it comes to adding that decorative touch or additional reinforcement to your mitered frames and boxes.


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  1. Chem Cody said on June 4, 2016 7:32 pm:

    Nice project Laney.
    It is good to see you making videos again.

  2. Jp's Custom Woodworking said on June 5, 2016 1:03 am:

    Nice spine jig build Laney, . >:)…JP

  3. Paul Zsoka said on June 5, 2016 3:02 am:

    So, Laney, I’m not the only one that missed you and thought you’d gone over to the dark side permanently.
    Corporate May pay some bills, but a community support base is key to long term success. I’m glad to see this new vid, great jig. Thanks for the hope.

  4. ESCAGEDO WOODWORKING said on June 5, 2016 12:48 pm:

    excellent jig!!!

  5. pat dee said on June 5, 2016 2:57 pm:

    Great job Laney.

    I first saw you on EZ. Watched every video I could find a number of times. They are all great. You have a rare way of making videos interesting on YouTube. But what makes it great is your demeanor. A smile always and very humble attitude. Indeed rare.

    Sadly, 2 weeks ago, I had to make a trip to Tampa, Fl to attend a funeral of a close relative. On the way down I-75, I decided to make a stop in Ocala to see you and the EZ factory. Much to my surprise, you are no longer there. I enjoyed the “tour” they gave me and I was made to feel welcomed by all.

    Sadly of course, the main reason for visiting was to meet you. I will let it go at this. EZ lost a “diamond in the rough”. Indeed they did. I have no idea why (I was given some reasons) that you left. But I can tell the world, they could never replace you. I am certain you brought many sales to them with your gifts; that otherwise would not have come to fruition..

    Thank you so much. I will watch any and every video you make. Keep it up dear friend. May Jesus richly bless you and yours always.

    patdee

  6. Jim Cooney said on June 12, 2016 5:57 pm:

    do you work for Steve I think I know you but good Miter Spline Jig

  7. Timothy Bliven said on June 22, 2016 7:00 pm:

    Laney, glad to see you back making videos! I look forward to seeing more.

  8. محمود محمد said on June 30, 2016 10:48 pm:

    رائع

  9. Larry Kelley said on August 8, 2016 7:19 pm:

    Hey by any chance did you build a cross cut sled with push handles made with large dowels

  10. Larry Kelley said on August 20, 2016 5:58 am:

    Hey laney , Larry here again why do some guys use countersinks with the drill bits then some just use a drill bit then come back with counter shank

  11. Larry Kelley said on August 20, 2016 1:48 pm:

    But do you think I should buy the 5 piece drill bit set with the collar

  12. Yvonne93436 said on August 25, 2016 3:05 am:

    Can not get any info on how to enter Whirligig Wars 2016,  have emailed you,    When is it,  and how do I enter?  Missed 2o15 don’t want to miss 2016,   or will there be one?

  13. Phil S said on November 13, 2016 10:52 pm:

    Laney,  Made your spline jig – thanks for the plans and vid – easy build and it came out perfect – I used my T-slot router bit instead of the T-track – I also used 3/4 ply – the stop block was a great idea – thanks again for the plan & vid.

  14. Henry Robinson said on November 25, 2016 7:13 pm:

    Super cool!

  15. Z graybarn said on November 26, 2016 4:37 pm:

    Hi, Unclear where drawings are found. thanx, Jerry

  16. Tony Bonfiglio said on December 12, 2016 9:29 am:

    The link to the download isn’t working. Can u upload it again

  17. Tony Bonfiglio said on December 13, 2016 10:51 am:

    Hi Laney, I followed the link in the description as well as what you posted below. I keep getting a page 404 error

  18. Tony Bonfiglio said on December 13, 2016 10:53 am:

    Just ignore my comments – it now works. Thanks

  19. Bruce LaPlant said on January 10, 2017 2:54 pm:

    great video. One question : where do you store all your fixtures?

  20. Johnny McDonald said on January 30, 2017 5:55 pm:

    Just wondering what’s your reason for marking the gauge 1 inch from both ends?