Tablesaw Tenoning

Build all the parts of this jig from 3/4 hardwood plywood, except for the V2-in.-thick brace. Glue and nail the joints, except where noted.

Dimension opening to suit width and height of tablesaw fence.

Cut the shoulders. Use the miter gauge and a stop block clamped to the rip fence to saw the shoulders.

cam clamp

Adjust clamp and bolt position depending on thickness of work-piece and length of desired tenon.

backup board Screw in place; replace when board becomes excessively kerfed.

Wood Working for Amateur Craftsman

Wood Working for Amateur Craftsman

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