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Half Blind Dovetail

Definition of Half Blind Dovetail:
Half blind dovetails are joints that consists of pins and tails very much like a through dovetail. This type of joint is only visible on one face.

Leigh Dovetail Jig
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  • Dovetail joinery made easy! Versatile dovetail jig provides infinite spacing of pins and tails to easily rout a wide variety of joints, including through, half-blind, sliding, angled, rabbetted and end-on-end.
  • Cut through dovetails up to 13/16" thick, and half-blind and sliding dovetails up to 1" thick.

  • Available through Rockler.com

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