This tenoning jig mounts on your table saw sled and is used to secure the piece you are working on in a vertical position for cutting. You set it to the exact distance from the blade that you need.
These instructions are for a tenon-cutting jig designed to attach to your table saws mitre gauge.
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A well designed tenoning jig helps you cut tenons safely with consistent accurate results. This jig rides against the side of the fence, eliminating side-to-side play.
Precise adjustment and alignment make this jig an excellent tablesaw tenon tool.
A tablesaw tenoning jig is an essential tool for most woodworkers. This jig features the safety and stability of a crosscut sled, combined with a mircro-adjust tenoning carriage.
A tablesaw tenon jig like the one shown here is easy to build and easy to use on any saw with a plain, unencumbered rip fence. The jig is designed to ride along the fence, offering sliding movement accurately parallel to blade as well as easy positioning for cutting centered or offset tenons, lap joints and bridle joints.
Even if you do not have a lathe, there is a simple way to make a tenon on the end of a dowel. You start by mounting a straight bit in a router table.
The router table is one of my most favorite tools in the workshop. A lot of people don not realize what a great job the router table does cutting tenons. Before I made this jig I used to use the standard miter gauge to cut tenons then I saw this simple router tenon jig featured by Pat Warner in FineWoodworking magazine.
This handy tablesaw tenon jig was designed to hold the workpiece for cutting tenons on the table saw and for general use on the drill press.