|Forum topic by NBeener||posted 03-03-2010 10:03 PM||1037 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
03-03-2010 10:03 PM
Anybody done it??
Spent some time, again today, using the tenoning jig on the table saw.
Ping. Pow. Zzzzzzing!
The cutoffs fly in a pretty wide area, and at a pretty random trajectory.
So … I’ve been thinking about Tenoning Jig Cutoff Golf, for the low-flying ones, and/or Tenoning Jig Cutoff Basketball, for the high-flyers.
Just a few strategically placed buckets—either high, low, or in between, and the assignation of a certain number of points per cutoff IN the bucket.
I guess the right cutoffs could even be used in Tenoning Jig Cutoff Darts, but … I shudder to think.
Anybody on this, already, or … did I just invent something ?
-- -- Neil