|Project by jiggles||posted 08-10-2015 08:52 PM||1726 views||8 times favorited||13 comments|
Since I very seldom use the Tenoning Jig I mounted it up out of the way (see first picture.
Pics 2&3 show jig as it is mounted on hanging bracket. Note it is off center for balance sake.
Pics 4,5&6 show the mounting bracket components. All components are .75” plywood, screws and metal “L” corner braces.
The Base Board measures: 7” x 14.5”
The Holding Board measures: 4.75” x 6.5” and 1.5” x 4.75”
The French Cleat is 2.75” x 7” with a like piece on the wall.
The Standoff board is 1.25” x 7”
The metal braces are 2” x 2” x .5” (I think)
I put a .75” channel in the base board for the guide to nest in. I use the screw clamp to tighten the holding board against the Jig to hold the Jig to the Mounting Bracket. A simple solution to get the Tenoning Jig up and out of the way. I did not put a finish on the plywood. Everything is glued and screwed.
-- Jiggles, Huntsville (Prison City), Texas