I built this jig a while ago & find it indespensible, figured a few other folks might find it useful as well. While it’s not really a new idea i haven’t seen one that’s quite this versatile. It’s basically a jointed piece of 3/4” mdf with a sliding fence. This jig can joint/mill anything from 1/4”-14”. I simply set the fence with a combination square & run it past a bottom bearing template bit. What makes it so versatile though is that the fence allows you mill lumber with two perfectly jointed sides as well as cut tapers. I only own a circular saw & bandsaw, which makes getting a really clean & jointed edge tough sometimes. I recently took the plunge on an 8” jointer but still find myself reaching for this guy quite a bit.