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This easy to construct jig produces accurate repeatable tenons every time. Using the same design as a full size TS sled and attaching it to your Tablesaw’s Miter gauge provides an easy to use, simple to setup jig for accurate repeatable tenons. I’m fortunate enough to have a spare miter gauge so I never have to take it apart and it’s always ready to use. Bruce (Wood Chuck) 3dwoodworkingplans.com
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This jig cuts the shoulders. What about the cheeks?
If your mitre gauge is square to your blade, there is no need for this jig. Simply use a spacer against the fence to consistently get your cut the same distance from the end of your stock.
I have an old BT3000 Ryobi Table Saw that has no miter slot but does have a sliding miter table. I think this tenon jig will work just great for my saw
I'm curious why you chose to use the miter gauge and not just make a bar to fit one or both miter slots on the table.
This is great: simple, easy to make, yet allows for repeatable accuracy. Clever! Thanks.
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