An Easy-To-Use, Professional Joinery System
The Join-A-Jig™ makes crafting joints in wood, simple, fast, easy and strong.
If you can make a simple Join-A-Jig™ box you can renovate your kitchen, bathroom or laundry, and make practical storage for your garage for a fraction of the cost.
It's the ideal tool for all your DIY projects.
With Join-A-Jig’s™ pocket hole technology you can make strong joints without glue.
Just Jig it, Drill it, Join it!
Simple, Fast, Easy & Strong
Precision Pocket Hole Technology
What sets the Join-A-Jig™ apart is its precision pocket hole technology that creates a perfect pocket hole every time - and they are perfectly aligned to create strong joint - joints so strong you don’t need glue.
If you can make a simple box, you can build anything.
No matter what your DIY experience level is, you’ll be able to create or fix furniture in no time! A must need for your tool kit.
Why You Need a Join-A-Jig™
- Make strong flush joins easily & quickly
- Renovate & repair - saving you money
- No woodworking experience needed – fit for anyone
- No fiddly dowels or biscuits
- No messy glue & waiting hours for it to dry
- No clamps needed
- No dovetail, mortise & tendon or cross-halving
- For most jobs all you need is a saw, square, tape measure & drill
Jig It.. Drill It..
First Time User
"It's amazing - It's just unbelievable. You clamp your drill and away you go and it's joined."
"It's a simple and easy product, value for money and I would highly recommend it to other people."
First Time User
"Making a shelf with the Join-A-Jig™ is so simply and so easy and so quick. I'm really amazed!"
Are there minimum and maximums for the thickness of wood you can join?
Minimum thickness of your wood is 16mm. There is no maximum thickness of wood that can be joined (e.g. a shelf could be joined to a solid wood post – think of the angle of the screw to join a 90 degree angle joint for example).
The screws come in two sizes – 32mm and 51mm
I've lost my manual - where can I find another one?
You can download your Join-A-Jig manual here
What are the dimensions of the Join-A-Jig?