Tenoning Jig Modified
This jig is an old Craftsman tenoning jig, but I never liked the thumb screw bolts to hold the work piece and the short vertical height off the table so..... after a few mods I came up with this version:
The right side of the jig is butted to the fence to make a reference stop. Then various thicknesses of shim can be inserted between the jig and fence for constant off sets moving the jig toward the blade, to minimize measuring and increase accuracy.
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Last edited by woodnthings; 03-16-2010 at 04:42 PM.