I am going to purchase a tenoning jig in the near future. The current Fine
Woodworking recommends the new light-weight Delta, but I have read bad
reviews of it. They all look just about the same, though I am sure there are
subtle differences. For instance, the General is the only one that tilts
left and right 45 degrees.
What are you using? What would you recommend or not recommend?
My recommendation is to buy a book called Woodworking - The Right Technique
by Bob Moran and make his tenoning jig out of baltic birch plywood yourself.
Besides the cost of the book, you will need some plywood, a toggle clamp and
about an hour or two. You'll come out way ahead in $$ and pick up a lot of
other good information in his book.
I've used the same tenoning jig made from that book, for about 7 or 8 years
and it has done everything I have wanted to accomplish with a tenoning jig.
Hope this helps.
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