Leigh Super Jigs Dovetail Jigs
12" 18" and 24" Dovetail Jigs

Super Jigs Dovetail Jigs have many of the same features as the Leigh D4R Pro Dovetail Jig, and offer great value. They’re available in 12", 18" and 24" models to satisfy the needs of every woodworker and every budget. Rout variably spaced through dovetails and half-blind dovetails in a variety of material sizes and thicknesses in two passes, or both sides of fixed spaced half-blinds at the same time. Super Jigs can also make sliding dovetails and 5/16" and 5/8" box joints right out of the box.

Create all this joinery with Super Jigs

Leigh Super Jigs offer an incredible range of joinery. Rout all types of variably spaced through and half-blind dovetails, as well as single pass half-blind dovetails and box joints (finger joints), all using the standard dovetail finger assembly.

Through Dovetails
  • Variably spaced dovetails
  • Joints up to 1" thick
  • Carcass and box construction
Half-Blind Dovetails
  • Variably spaced dovetails
  • Joints up to 1" thick
  • Drawer fronts
  • Hidden dovetails
Single Pass Half-Blind Dovetails
  • Equally spaced dovetails
  • Simple alternative to variably spaced dovetails
  • Replicating drawers from period furniture
Box Joints / Finger joints
  • Two sizes of box joints (finger joints), 5/16" and 5/8"
  • Additional sizes with optional F18 or F24 Template
  • Box corners, drawers
Sliding Dovetails
  • Shelving, partitions and breadboard ends
  • Chests of drawers, jewelry box partitions, bookcases
Angled Dovetails
  • Simple angles
  • Cradles, planter boxes
Inlaid Dovetails
  • Fancy Inlaid joints are easily achieved with double step routing
  • Adds a unique touch to any woodworking piece.
  • 3D joint design makes bold design statement
Rabbeted Dovetails
  • Drawer front alternative
  • For face frame cabinetry
  • Makes fitting easier
End-on-End Dovetails
  • Rout straight or angled end-on-end dovetails at five different cutting depths
Needle Pins
  • For authentic period or reproduction pieces
  • Rout in a fraction of the time it takes to hand cut them. Only the tails need hand cutting.
More joinery styles with attachments

Attach an optional template to your Super Jig for even more unique joinery styles.

Isoloc Joint Templates
  • Two unique patterns on Super 18 Jig
  • Four unique patterns on Super 24 Jig
  • Strong and decorative; stunning as inlaid and shadow inlaid
  • Adds personality to any project
Simple Jig Operation

Leigh Super Jigs make it easy. Position the guide fingers to your desired joint design. With the boards in place, simply guide your router around the guide fingers to rout the dovetail joint. One finger assembly allows infinite joint design options.

Easy step-by-step instruction

The Leigh Super Jig is an incredibly versatile tool for precise joinery. Learn how to get optimal results with the step by step instructions in the included Leigh user guide.

Watch Leigh videos

Before starting a project, get familiar with Super Jigs instructional videos. Watching Leigh online videos is a smart way to improve skills and increase your productivity in the shop

Router requirements

Handheld Router

What Router Should I Use? Leigh recommends a midsize router, from 1-1/2 to 2-1/4 HP (9-13 amps) with an 8mm collet for the included bits. Or a 1/2" collet for the included 1/2" to 8mm reducer. This size provides great power to weight ratio. Fixed base routers are ideal because they have a lower center of gravity with handles mounted to the router base rather than the motor, as with plunge routers. However, if you are proficient with the use of a plunge router, it works just as well. A plunge router is recommended for the optional Isoloc Templates. When buying a router, also consider ergonomics, switch location, a good plunge mechanism and easy, accurate adjustment of bit height.  

Router Collets 8mm shank bits require the use of a collet reducer, or a collet that matches the bit size. See video >

Adaptors for your Router All Leigh Dovetail & Box Joint Jigs need a router fitted with a Leigh guide bushing. Because the router industry isn't standardized, you may need an adaptor to fit the guide bushing to your router. Learn more >