Last evening during the seminar, a question was raised about the Leigh Super Jig that Bryan couldn’t answer. (I know, I’m as shocked as you!)
If you were there, you know that the box joint template is adjusted back and forth to cut evenly spaced pins and slots. Once the template is adjusted, a small pin holds it in place on the jig. The questioner wanted to know if the pin would limit the width of the workpiece that the jig would hold.
If you look at the photo at left, you’ll see a portion of the 24″ template and all of the 18″ template. (The pin I’m talking about is at the top right of the 18″ template.) A series of precisely spaced holes, that are a little hard to see in the photo, allow you to position the jig for routing the pins and then reposition it for the slots. Obviously the pin sticking up will limit the travel of the router as you cut your box joints on a wide board. According to Matt at Leigh Industries, the pin would be in the way at one end as you’re routing and so that is why duplicate pin holes are provided at the opposite end of the jig, as you can see in the photo.
Hope that answers the question fully