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Compound Tenons on the Table Saw

By Jeff Fleisher
New Market, VA

cutting compound tenonsIt seems that every month there is another article in one of the popular woodworking magazines on building a tenoning jig for your shop. Each new jig has some new ‘special’ feature…T-slots, vertical clamps, x-y axis rotation around the center of the Earth and much more!! However, all these homemade shop jigs only cut straight tenons. What happens if you want to cut a compound angled tenon on the end of a board?

CLICK HERE for an easy way to build a tenon jig to cut compound angled tenons on your table saw.

  One Response to “Cutting Compound Tenons on the Tablesaw”

  1. Thanks for sharing.

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