OK, I give up. I've been trying to buy a tenoning for my Delta table
saw but there are so many that I need some advice. Even Delta has two
models and I cannot tell the difference from the descriptions that
Heavier is better -- unfortunately the old really heavy model is NLA.
One thing is whether you have the left or right tilt -- most won't
handle but one side.
I ended up going w/ the Powermatic version a couple of years ago on the
basis of essentially same price and weighed slightly more than the
competing at the time.
Judgment is it is satisfactory, could be heavier for better stability
but that's the problem w/ all being made today afaik.
In an magazine product comparison (FWW I think) the General Tools
tennoning jig was the winner because of the best adjustability and
On Sep 11, 6:44 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Tue, 11 Sep 2007 21:44:12 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
I have the "General" and it seems to work pretty good. If you buy one
instead of building your own, I suggest you take a close look at the
surface that slides on your table saw top and file, grind, polish,
etc. off any burrs. I didn't and the damned scratch it left on my
saw's top really pissed me off. No real complaints other than that.
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