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  1. 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...
  2. Tenoning Jig

    I made this tenoning jig as what I thought could be a solution to the 22.5-degree angle required for a flag display case. I have a right-tilt arbor on my tablesaw which necessitates using the jig in reverse-moving the fence to the left of the blade. Maybe it would work for someone else, but it...
  3. Quick-set Tenon Jig

    I decided to build Matthias' Quick-set Tenon Jig after buying his set of plans. They are extremely well documented and made it very easy to build along. Honestly I don't really need a tenoning jig at the moment since I mainly use my Domino, but it looked like a lot of fun to build. I added...
  4. TENONING JIG MADE OF STURDY PLYWOOD

    This holyday I find time to make a tenoning jig for my good old Metabo tablesaw. Its made of 18mm A-grade birch plywood with a hard wearing Formica surface on both sides so al moving parts will slide precise and effortless, even without a micro adjustment. To hold the workpiece firmly in place...
  5. 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...
  6. Table Saw Raised Panel/Tenoning Jig

    Progress is a wonderful thing. However, sometimes it's one step forward and WAIT. I've gotten to the point in my "T-Chisel Blanket Chest" project where I need to raise the panels. For me, the easiest way to do that is with my table saw. Since I want to keep all ten of my fingers I decided to...
  7. Steve Latta Tenoning Jig

    I'm posting this kinda as a public service on Lumberjocks. I was looking through some of the others already posted, and couldn't find Steve Latta's version, which is, IMHO for the time invested and material cost, (sure, you could do better or go overboard) the best. Steve writes for...
  8. Tenoning Jig

    I really needed a good tenoning jig for an upcoming project and the metal ones don't get great reviews. Inspired by this article, I grabbed some scrap plywood and got started. The long boards are 16"x10" and the rest was cut to fit my fence. The slick part is the plexiglass spring, it does a...
  9. Tenoning jig

    I'm embarrassed to admit it, but I started this project some11 years ago :^o The design came from Woodworkers Journal, though I modified it by using some 1" Birch plywood left over from another project, and by increasing most the hardware to 3/8". I drafted the swivel parts from a template in...
  10. MULTI-USE Table Saw Fence •

    Sept 14, 2014 • • (( See addendum at end of post )) • • I was cruising the internet and came across 2 videos that got my attention. One was about a multi-use table saw fence from an article in Fine Woodworking #231. The other one was about an L-Fence from an article in Fine Woodworking...
  11. 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...
  12. Marketplace Classifieds
    This cast iron tenoning jig looks like a Shop Fox but has no brand identification on it. It is heavy….22 pounds and works very well. It is capable of cutting angled tenons and is easily adjustable. The unit is in "like new" condition as you can see from the attached photos. New, heavy duty...
  13. Jigs & Fixtures
    Anyone knows Delta tenoning jig 34-182C can be used in King table saw (model no:KC-10kx/U30). Thanks
  14. Marketplace Classifieds
    I have a Delta 34-184 Tenoning Jig that I got as a gift a couple years ago. I thought at the time that I'd use it, but it's still sitting there on my shelf sealed in the original box. I'd love to find a home where it'll get some use. It's obviously brand new, never been so much as opened. I'm...
  15. Blogs
    Jewel found at an auction! I just had to gloat a little tonight. I decided to leave work early and go to a local auction today. The ad stated there would be some woodworking equipment there. Never one to turn down the chance to get something else for the garage/shop I decided to drive the...
  16. Blogs
    Starting Point Hi folks! From time to time I've read posts on the LJ forum, but this is the first time I've posted, or rather blogged here. A bit of background about myself. My father was at one time a high-school shop teacher, but for reasons I can only guess (and I have a pretty good...
  17. Blogs
    Milling 6/4 Rough Sawn Lumber Parts After several days of study and analysis, I decided I would make a trestle table for my granddaughter Torrence. It boiled down between this relatively small trestle table or a shaker style writing desk with two drawers under the table top. Each would be...
  18. Blogs
    iPhone Tripod Mount I recently made a mount for my iPhone that I could use with a tripod to record video. It was so simple to make and has worked so great that I decided to make a quick video showing how to make one. It's stupid easy to make and really works great. So much better than trying...
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    Last time I help you with your son your thank you was blocking me. Sorry your memory is too short.
    tip
  20. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I read of some people who use PVC for DC duct installing aluminum tape inside the pipes. How do you do that? Would a bare copper wire or even bailing wire achieve the same thing, be cheaper and easier to install? Thank you. Bertrand
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