remarkable new
jointing tool

Designed by woodworkers for woodworkers

Translation Tool

  • Breakfast Bar
  • Table & Box
  • Long Joint
  • Morris Chair
  • TV Stand
  • Coffee Table

We would be pleased to receive photographs of your dowelling projects we aim to show how versatile the Joint Genie woodworking tool is so any project small or large please send your photographs to mary@joint-genie.com

Breakfast bar... Genie-mitred

Warren Halpin was the first to send me some photographs of what he has been doing. In this picture he has used Joint-Genie parts to configure the bars in such a way as to get the dowels in the correct position along this mitre joint. No other tool will give this sort of flexibility, accuracy and ease of use.

Here is Warren’s finished breakfast bar ready to be installed. It is made from three pieces of oak worktop. A simple but stylish design.

Mitre Joint made easy using Joint Genie

Making the joint

Professional Wooden Jointing Using Joint Genie

The finished breakfast bar

 

 

We would be pleased to receive photographs of your dowelling projects we aim to show how versatile the Joint Genie woodworking tool is so any project small or large please send your photographs to mary@joint-genie.com

Table & Box ... Genie-Jointed

Frank Cooper e-mailed us these photographs of a table he built from scaffold boards using the 8mm Joint-Genie Craftsman. This was his first attempt at a woodwork project. It just goes to show what can be achieved with a minimum of tools and a Joint-Genie.

Frank went on to build a neat little box to house his Joint-Genie, all Genie-jointed, of course!



The table Frank built from scaffold boards.



The closed box...



... Pull out the end pieces...


...to open the box.

We would be pleased to receive photographs of your dowelling projects we aim to show how versatile the Joint Genie woodworking tool is so any project small or large please send your photographs to mary@joint-genie.com

Long joint... Genie-jointed

I thought I'd try something easy as a first trial of the Joint-Genie!

6'6" extended bed sides in Sapele. The size of my planer meant that I had to join two sections together. Normally they would be biscuited or tongue and grooved. But the dowels are much more positive. As a test of accuracy its brilliant. Fits exactly and no step at the join at all. Terrific.

Gordon Steadman

Boring the dowel holes
Long joint being made using the horizontal alignment method

A long way to go
Boring the dowel holes

Perfect fit
Perfect alignment every time

MORRIS CHAIR... GENIE JOINTED

This Morris Chair took us virtually no time to make with the aid of the Joint-Genie and a few other simple tools. It is entirely made of pine, with not one screw being used.

Dave Mann

TELEVISION STAND... GENIE JOINTED

I have been putting my new Joint-Genie to work. I have never attempted to build any furniture before, so I was a bit apprehensive but I decided to give it a try.   Not only did the Joint-Genie speed up the jointing, it enabled it. I had previously purchased a dowel jig that was not easy to use and the results were unsatisfactory that is, the holes did not line up and there was a lot of guess work involved. That is when I took it back and purchased the Joint-Genie. Although I had never done any doweling before, I found the Joint-Genie easy to use and the dowel joints turned out great.

Areon Potter

COFFEE TABLE... GENIE JOINTED

I am new to woodworking and have never made any furniture before but as soon as I unpacked this wonderful tool I was able to see how easy it was to use. I quickly made all the joints without any fuss and its is brilliant to be able to pre-assemble what you have made to check all is okay, in fact I have never taken it apart to use glue as you would normally do, the joints are so strong all by themselves.

M Bass