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    Bandsaw Tenon Jig

    I don't know where I should put this but since it is related to jigs, I thought I put it here.



    The other day I received in the mail a new DVD from Workshop Essentials detailing the new "Ultimate Bandsaw Tenon Jig" which is very well done. The jig looks like an excellent option for cutting tenons, bridle joints and halving joints. It even has automatic saw kerf compensation built in. The DVD includes the plans in PDF format and the SketchUp model along with a good hour or more of video showing how to make and use the jig. Here's a trailer for the jig.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4WdkYNNGI0

    He's also got a version of this jig for the table saw, too.

    The videos are definitely worth the money.
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    Looks pretty cool. . . .

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