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Shop Jigs #1: Table Saw Tenoning Jig

02-02-2022 08:55 PM by mawilsonWCR | 1 comment »

Just what the world needs, right? Well, the joinery on the outfeed table calls for some lap joints and some dovetails so I figured I’d need a tenoning jig to “git ‘r done.” It’s really pretty simple, but I work better from plans, so I started in Fusion. I measured and modeled a section of fence then modeled the jig on the fence. The perspective page shows the fence segment in place.Next, I created dimensioned drawings for each of the parts. The notes indicate which parts should be cut proud.Finally, I went out to the shop and made some sawdust. I did most of the cuts on the table saw after cutting off a piece of 3/4” Birch (not Baltic Birch) plywood wit...

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