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What is this?

by Charlitwood
posted 10-20-2017 07:28 AM


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michelletwo

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#1 posted 10-20-2017 09:38 AM

it is used t o make tenons on a tablesaw

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RRBOU

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#2 posted 10-20-2017 10:26 AM

+ 1 it is a tinning jig

-- If guns cause crime all of mine are defective Randy

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#3 posted 10-20-2017 10:44 AM



+ 1 it is a tinning jig

- RRBOU


Yes! It covers your wood pieces with thin layer of tin (sorry, could not resist)

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RRBOU

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#4 posted 10-20-2017 10:53 AM

woops

-- If guns cause crime all of mine are defective Randy

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RRBOU

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#5 posted 10-20-2017 10:55 AM

E I Who cares.

-- If guns cause crime all of mine are defective Randy

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#6 posted 10-20-2017 01:37 PM

Awesome thanks! Definitely need to learn how to use this!

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#7 posted 10-20-2017 01:59 PM

Its function is to hold work pieces vertically and move them back and forth across the blade to make the cheek cuts in tenons. It allows you to make very precise tenons without a dado stack.

It’s going to require some TLC to get it back to working order, given all that rust.

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Charlitwood

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#8 posted 10-20-2017 02:12 PM

Thanks! I just watched a few videos. This whole new saw has taken a lot of tlc to get to a working order. The original owners son sprayed latex paint all over it accidently, from overspray. He was leaning doors up against it and spraying them!!! Spent about 4 hours scrubbing last night… I got the table top, fence and rail cleaned off.

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abie

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#9 posted 10-20-2017 02:26 PM

It’s a tennon jig.
Delta makes one

-- Bruce. a mind is like a book it is only useful when open.

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tomsteve

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#10 posted 10-28-2017 01:46 PM

its junk but can be donated to the TOM foundation- a non profit organization helping people in my shop named “tom” further their woodworking skills.

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pontic

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#11 posted 10-28-2017 02:11 PM

Mine collects dust too.

-- Illigitimii non carburundum sum

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OleGrump

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#12 posted 11-01-2017 12:58 PM

As stated, it’s a jig for making tenons. As with any Vintage or “previously owned” equipment, it may take “some” TLC to get it back in working order, but it is usually well worth the effort. Once you start working with this jig and get used to it, you will probably really enjoy using it.

-- OleGrump

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#13 posted 11-01-2017 01:29 PM

I can remember watching Norm use one ….and I said…..... I GOTTA HAVE THAT …..... now it just sits there on a shelf looking all pretty and dusty ….... :<))

-- Tony Reinholds,Pa. REMEMBER TO ALWAYS HAVE FUN

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#14 posted 11-01-2017 05:46 PM

I have a similar one made by, branded by, Delta.
Mine doesn’t collect dust as I use it occasionally, but then how often to I need to make a tenon?
However, when you do need to make a tenon, this is just as quick as doing it the hard way!

If you type “Jet tenoning jig manual” you can get a PDF of the operating manual.

-- "I never met a board I didn't like!"

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