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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
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