Delta Universal Tenoning Jig

Average reader rating
3.9
out of 5
Brand:
Delta
Model:
34-184
Price:
$200

Description

Features:
Ergonomic handles
Quick release coarse adjustment
Micro adjustment to .004-in
Universal miter bar for use with all table saws with 3/8-in x 3/4-in miter slot
Handles stock up to 3-3/8-in thick
Includes: Universal Tenoning Jig - 34-184
Fits: 3/8-in x 3/4-in Miter Slot

Two Year Limited New Product Warranty

Reader Reviews

Great Tenoning Table Saw Jig

Review Summary

This is a great tenoning jig that I purchased for my table saw. I like the fact that I can fine tune the jig to accuately adjust my tenons. Adjustments are very easy. The jig is very durable and maintains adjustments. I am very pleased that I was able to find a universal tenoning jig that I could use with any table saw. I purchased mine on sale for around $90.00

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Detailed Ratings

5.0
out of 5

Performance

5

Features

5

Ease of Use

5

Value

5

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Review Summary

I have no idea why you rated the Delta tenoning jig so highly. I purchased one based and your review and note the following: 1. The guide rod is calibrated in tenths of an inch !!!!! Who the heck uses tenths of an inch??? If you’re using imperial measurements, divide the inch into 16ths. Also, the alignment instruction #11 says to adjust the pointer to the 1/8" mark on scale.
How do you do that with a scale in tenths of an inch? 2. Operational controls and adjustments #2 refers to part (E) on Fig.19, but there is no part (E) on Fig.19. This instruction also says that each index mark on this imaginary part “(E) Fig.19" is approximately 0.004". First, 0.004" is 1/250th of an inch. You’re trying to tell me some scale on this thing measures in 250ths of an inch? Bull!! Moreover, if “(E) Fig.19" is meant to refer to the micro-adjustment knob, then there are no index marks on it. 3. I tried as hard as I could, but I could not get the vertical work support plate parallel to my saw blade. 4. The threaded rod connected to the clamp handle was so tight that I could not close the clamp by hand. I had to use a pair of pliers on the clamp handle to get enough leverage to turn the clamp handle.

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2.8
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Performance

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Features

4

Ease of Use

2

Value

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