|Project by jayman7||posted 119 days ago||1982 views||18 times favorited||7 comments|
I decided to build Matthias' Quick-set Tenon Jig after buying his set of plans. They are extremely well documented and made it very easy to build along. Honestly I don’t really need a tenoning jig at the moment since I mainly use my Domino, but it looked like a lot of fun to build. I added another sled underneath the jig to make it very easily to make the jig parallel to the blade. I figured it was easier than shimming the fence along that axis. The other two axis were easy to calibrate to make everything square to the table saw. The third picture shows my first real test cut after working out the math properly. I was shooting for a 0.375” tenon and got it almost dead on. I just need a small tweak in the stops to make it perfect (I probably need to modify the number I used for the blade kerf).