I started milling out door frames today for our kitchen cabinets. Got all the pieces cut and would normally just use a dado jig to nibble away the material on each side of the tenons. This time I decided I would try doing them with a tenon jig. The blue borg used to carry the delta tenon jig. I ran up and it seems that they no longer stock it in the stores. Well, I had just watched a show recently where they built one that straddled the fence. I considered that, but decided I'd build one that I could attach to my Jessem miter instead since I can loosen the rear knobs and slide the fence left and right. Here's what I came up with...
I've got a spare toggle clamp around somewhere that I'll add later.
Oh, and here's the progress on the cabinets.
Got a few more to glue up, need to get more clamps. Also got some drawers built today...more on those later.