One-Stop Cutting Station
Tablesaw jig handles crosscuts, tenons and miters
A simple sliding-crosscut box and a few accessory jigs can greatly increase the accuracy and flexibility of your tablesaw and make it capable of crosscutting, tenoning, and slotting. In this article, Ken Picou explains how to build the basic crosscut box, a pivoting fence, an adjustable tenoning jig, and a corner-slotting jig. Drawings detail each accessory, and photos illustrate how he uses them.
From Fine Woodworking #107