I just got a Giz tenoning jig, and I don't understand everything I know about it.
When I mark the wood where I want to cut it, and put the wood in the jig I can't see the lines because their facing toward the sawblade, if I mark it on the part facing me I'm not sure if the blade is in the right place on the front unless I crain my neck over to see where the teeth are going to cut.
There must be another way. I know there are other ways to cut tendons, but I have this jig and want to use it. Do you mark it and nibble away at it an the turn the board around. Hope I didn't muddy the waters to much.