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This stable, over-the-fence tenoning jig takes advantage of the slick nature of phenolic plywood as it carries the workpiece smoothly along the rip fence and through the blade. Toggle clamps on the vertical fence and sandpaper on the face grip the workpiece. Also, a replaceable insert of medium-density fiberboard (MDF) can be changed after too many saw cuts, and a user-friendly handle make the jig easy to control.
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