|Project by VA_Engineer||posted 03-24-2013 10:28 PM||2073 views||5 times favorited||5 comments|
I really needed a good tenoning jig for an upcoming project and the metal ones don’t get great reviews. Inspired by this article, I grabbed some scrap plywood and got started.
The long boards are 16”x10” and the rest was cut to fit my fence. The slick part is the plexiglass spring, it does a great job of holding the jig tight to the fence and slides really well. If I had a chance to do it again I would make the fence attachment longer and use 2 plexi-springs.
I ground the pin off a clamp so I could thread it through the holes. The holes are just higher than the maximum height of my blade.