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WOOD Magazine's 2014 Innov8 Awards

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2 tenoning jigs

Toss the tape, get tight tenons

Measuring for perfect-fitting tenons is sooo last year: This jig helps you cut perfectly centered tenons on the tablesaw without using a measuring rule. To set the tenon thickness, simply insert the hollow-mortise chisel, router bit, or drill bit used to cut the mortises; the workpiece itself sets the spacing from the jig fence to the blade. The black front section of the jig slides on linear bearings, while the silver rear half remains fixed to a slot-adjustable miter bar. (For offset tenons, you will need to measure to set up the jig.)

TTJ Trigonometric Tenoning Jig,
no. TTJ-100, $250
Allied industries

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Comments (4)
bignate28 wrote:

The website for this product was at one time live, now it appears to have gone dark. I ask again, is it for real??

2/22/2015 05:06:13 PM Report Abuse
PerfectTenons wrote:

YES, it's real. The correct website and email address is F A Q at We were originally going to use AlliedIndustries L L C .com (our main business website), but opted to create a specialty site dedicated to this one invention/product. Wood magazine was supposed to give us a last chance to review the article for correctness before they published the award, but I guess like everybody they had an end-of-year rush, so didn't error-checking never happened.

1/2/2014 10:36:21 PM Report Abuse
bignate28 wrote:

I'm wondering the same thing. is a non-existent website, and a search for TTJ-100 only yields the wood magazine reference. This looks like a good product, but is it for real???

12/22/2013 04:47:50 PM Report Abuse
jvryan2349500 wrote:

I have not been able to find this website. Is the we site listed correct?

12/21/2013 02:24:15 PM Report Abuse

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