I have seen a few variations on this but, the specific jig always seems to take care of pins -or- tails and I wanted one to do both. A clever guy on another site had a version which he flipped top to bottom to handle this along with a readjustment of his miter gauge. That knocked the rust off of an idea I have been playing with for awhile in my mind (a dangerous playground).
I like to make anything in my shop serve double duty whenever possible. My TS/DT jig wandering settled my sites on this small sled that I use mostly for box making.
All my sleds have replaceable inserts to lengthen their life and make them handy for sudden inspiration . When I make inserts I turn out a batch and all my sleds use the same width stock; they just get cut to different lengths . . . this has little to do with the jig but, I can't help harping on things that I repeatedly find make my life in the shop easier .
The making of tails with the blade tilted to 7 degrees (or whatever your choice) is simple enough. I do not have a custom blade as I wanted to make sure this was a viable method for me before taking that step. A little chisel work is my penance for caution. For the pins I came up with a fixture that mounts to the sled. For this I needed a bit of 7 degree stock.
I milled this stock to accept my Rockler Universal clamps from either orientation . . . this will make more sense in a moment.
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