Woodworking blog entries tagged with 'tenon jig'

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The Stumpy Nubs Workshop #54: Super-duper-yooper-pooper table saw crosscut sled- Part 2 of 2

06-27-2015 05:56 PM by StumpyNubs | 6 comments »

We don’t do anything small. Not even crosscut sleds! This one has extendable fences, zero clearance inserts, micro-adjusters and three attachable jigs for finger joints, splined miters, half laps, bridle joints, tenons and more! This is part two- where I demonstrate all of the attachments. You can get detailed instructions for the project here. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL! And visit our website- it’s how we support the show! To enter to win our monthly tool ...

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Table saw Tenon Jig storage box

10-27-2012 03:27 PM by Marty Backe | 1 comment »

I’ve had a table saw tenon jig for many years, and it’s spent most of its life under and around the table saw. As such, stuff was usually piled on it, and of course it was always covered with saw dust, gunk, and enough humid air to generate rust. So I finally decided to make a purpose built box to store it in. Due to the awkward nature of the components that make up a tenon jig, there ends up being a lot of unused space in such a box. To take advantage of this wasted space, I a...

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Tenon Jig in less than two hours #1: How to build a easy tenon jig

04-07-2012 11:30 PM by Austin DenHerder | 2 comments »

Fast and easy way to build a jig for tenons in less than two hours.View video Here:

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Adirondack Chair Class #12: A side lesson - My Tenon Jig

02-26-2012 12:53 AM by Betsy | 2 comments »

Before we actually get into cutting the lap joint itself, let’s talk a little about my tenon jig. This jig is a pretty good addition to any shop. It’s quite easy to make from just a few scraps laying around. For this project you’ll need a tall face, and a board the exact width of your table saw’s fence. Here are some shots of my jig. You’ll need a piece of track, a knob and a holding device to act as your securing device. You can buy the track at Rockler or Woodcraf...

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Mortise and Tenon Jig

04-24-2011 04:01 PM by Armand | 18 comments »

This is the newest addition in my shop. I realized it was necessesary to build this one for my upcoming projects that will require a lot of M/T joineries. Please watch my video at youtube to see how it works. Hope you find my jig interesting. Thanks

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Assiniiboine Community College Woodworking course #11: Some days it just doesn't pay...

02-23-2011 07:22 AM by Mark Shymanski | 2 comments »

I had an extremely frustrating evening. We had 3 hours to work on our projects and I seem to make mistakes every other minute!!! I even poked myself with largeish splinter when the stupid dreaded miserable *^%$#@ rebate plane blew out the corner of the tenon I was trimming to size! Yeah I now realize I should have backed it up, but it and I were fighting all evening, I eventually switched to a rasp (what is the emoticon for frustrated woodworker!) I have to hand it to Ryan though, he of...

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Entertainment Unit #2: Building the Doors

02-05-2011 04:00 PM by agianni | 0 comments »

I’m not sure if this is standard practice or not, but when I’m building a piece where the dimensions don’t need to be exact, I start with the doors and build out from there. I’m building some simple shaker-style doors, mostly because I don’t have any actual stile and rail bits for my router. In the past I’ve done all the cutting—slotting and tenoning—with straight bits. For this project, though, I decided to spend some money on a slot cutting bi...

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Shop #2: Drill Press Table and other shop upgrades

01-13-2011 03:54 PM by Big Ben | 5 comments »

While I have not completed the drill press table, I figured I would post some of the upgrades to the shop that I have been working on. As far as the drill press table is nothing fancy but very functional. I still need to add some T-Track to the fence other that it has work fine. I used it to mortise the legs of my bench and the only issue I had was that I had to remove the table to change the height of the table but I think that is a function of the drill press (I have a 10” Ryobi). ...

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Joinery #1: I've got a haunch about these tenons.....

07-12-2010 03:38 PM by Rob Bois | 12 comments »

This is a recent blog post I did covering the haunched tenons for the cabinet doors for a six-leg sideboard I am building. This is actually episode 9 of probably about a dozen, but this one stands well on its own since it covers a common joint for basic but strong cabinet doors. I have traditionally used cope and stick joinery for most of my cabinet doors, but this particular design does not call for any molding detail on the insides of the rails and stiles, so I figured I might as well use...

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My First Jig ever! Also-Giant Tenons are a PITA

03-31-2010 05:05 AM by DragonLady | 5 comments »

Lots of firsts for me tonight: 1) made my first ever jig2) made my first ever dado3) Used my brand new router in the plunge base4) did my first serious routing (ok, kind of a compilation of 1-3 above) Wooo! The jig I made is for routing tenons. The pieces I’m working on (the legs for my workbench in progress) are too big for the router table, too big for my tiny table saw, and damn tiring to do by hand. I got the plans from here Ta da! Not much to look at, really, but i...

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