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  1. Tablesaw Narrow and Wide Fence Tenon/Lap Joint Jig

    EDIT: THIS PROJECT WAS EDITED ONLY TO ADD A LINK TO THE DRESSED OUT TABLESAW This project is part of a bundle of projects building some basic shop tools and table saw jigs. The project series concludes with dressing out the table saw. As each project is posted links are added to the items in...
  2. Tenoning Jig

    DIY Tenon jig I built to make my dining chairs . Design: - 3/4" hard maple stock - Knob is 3/8" maple, with the handle glued in a dado in the round plate. - Sliding Base with a runner that rides in the tablesaw miter gauge slot - L-shaped upright holds the stock for the cut. - L Upright is a...
  3. Table Saw Tenon Jig

    I have a fancy Delta fully adjustable table saw tenon jig… I never use it. I like mine a lot better. It is so much easier to use. This simple jig slides over my table saw fence. So adjusting it from side to side is as easy and accurate as moving my fence. I simply screw on a new vertical...
  4. Table saw fence jigs

    This is a fence addition/upgrade from FWW #231 (Feb 2013); I think it was called "super charge your fence", or something similar. This jig allows for modular fence configurations. I've got a bunch of MDF faces, a T-track face, and a Melamine tenon jig. Since my TS is a decently old Craftsman...
  5. Simple Tenon Jig

    I had a few tenons to cut for a project I'm busy with. So I made a simple tenon jig for the job. Nothing fancy. It just rides next to my fence. I cut the tenon slightly bigger and then I use my micro adjuster (pictures 3 & 4) to creep up to the correct size.
  6. Tenonmaker MAFE1 (Not a kerfmaker)

    Tenonmaker MAFE1 This is my attempt to make a tenonmaker, ok I was impatient… I heard the other day about the tenonmaker from Bridge city, and checked it out… It was Napoleon that told me he had ordered one, and was waiting now full of expectation. So I checked it out, and could see the order...
  7. Tenon jig to make log legs for slab tables

    A few days ago, I saw a great blog post about making a tenon jig by (Don W) that used a router to cut tenons on round stock. It looked like a bigger version of a jig I made a long time ago to make dowels from square stock. Today I made a jig just like it, except I clamped it to my router...
  8. Table saw joinery jig DIY - Festool CMS LA fence (post)

    Table saw joinery jig DIY for my Festool CMS LA fence Merry Christmas must be my first words, as this post is on Christmas day, here in Denmark. I went to my workshop today, thought it was time for some hot wine, fire in the stove and well… I had no idea what, were just in the mood for a...
  9. Yet Another Tenon Jig

    I've tried a couple of times to make a tenoning jig, but never was too happy with the results. The problem is that the fence on my table saw is a funky aluminum extrusion, vaguely similar to Delta's Unifence. I was never able to make a jig that rides this fence like you would with a regular...
  10. My New Table Saw Fence

    This is the auxiliary fence I built over my rip fence on my SawStop. The subfence fits with a piston fit and the tall fence bolts onto it. Everything is made from baltic birch plywood and the tall fence is skinned with formica for durability, slickness and easy visibility to reference lines...
  11. Tenoning jig adjustable - Rockler DIY (Festool mount)

    Tenoning jig adjustable Rockler DIY Pictures: 1. Tenoning jig in action. 2. Mounted on my Festool sliding table. 3. Fast easy clamping. 4. Here the adustments, I put two lock tracks for stability. 5. The stop angle can go up and down, easy to make a new. 6. Just a bunch of MDF. One more copy...
  12. Wall Mounted Router Jig

    Ever since I first seen the commercially made wall-mount router setups, I thought they looked very convenient and flexible. Since I didnt have an extra grand lying around to buy one, I decided to come up with a home made version. Mine doesnt have some of the features, such as the sliding...
  13. TenonMeister - the ultimate simple adjustable tenon jig for the router

    This is a very simple machine to build and to use. You can make a tenon in a minute. There is an adjustable stop block for creating multiple tenons exactly the same size. There is a rail in the back that guides the router to make the shoulder of the tenon. Just clamp it, cut it, flip it...
  14. 2 in 1 table saw jig

    tenon & spline jig~~& more~~~ more info :
  15. [another] tenon jig for table saw

    hi all, I post my first project, hope you enjoy it. This jig works on European-style table saws (it needs a sliding table). I have uploaded a little clip on Picasa that shows how it works: -- Made out of black locust from my garden. Basically the piece of wood to work is held firmly in...
  16. Table saw tenon jig

    The idea of this tenon jig isn't new for the LJ community. But everything old is new again. I wanted to built this jig everv since I saw it some time ago. I like it and decided to sharing. This jig makes possible for you both cheeks without having to remove the piece from jig an flip around. If...
  17. Basic Table Saw Tenon Jig

    This is a very basic built tenon jig that I put together last night while in the middle of another project. This is one of those things that I've really needed for a long time but kept putting off. It was only about a 30 minute project, and I'm very happy I finally made the time for it! It's...
  18. Table Saw Tenon Jig

    Over the last couple days, in an attempt to use up the growing pile of scrap and cutoffs in my garage workshop, I decided to make a few shop tools. My first build was this tenoning jig. Its made entirely of 3/4" ply and it slides back and forth on top of my table saw fence. The only expense...
  19. Tenon Jig

    I used to make my tenons with a dado, but since I've got this sawstop, I've been trying to find other ways to do things so that I don't have to change the cartridge to install the dado. I saw plans for a tenoning jig similar to this some where, if it was on here, I'm sorry I can't credit the...
  20. Redwood Picture Frame w/ Walnut Corners

    Done for a co-worker's retirement present. We placed a small photo of our workplace in the frame and everyone left a small message on the matte. I used redwood not only because of it's beauty, but because of it's longevity. It related to the dozen or so years my friend has been on this...
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