While in Arlington, TX for 2 weeks, I bought the Rockler Shop Basics heavy duty tenoning jig. I contacted Vaughn. He and I have the same t/s and he measured his miter gauge groove for me before I bought it. Thanks again Vaughn. Jim O'Dell provided me with a coupon that almost paid for the cost of shipping to my home in Idaho. It arrived before I did late last night. When I announced it in another thread here, someone reported they'd bought one and it wouldn't align with the table saw blade. Well, the saw is in Idaho, the tenoning jig was on it's way to Idaho and I couldn't do much about it.
This morning I was able to assemble it for the first time and try it on my t/s.
Yup.....The body would not adjust over far enough away from the blade to allow you a slice off properly.
Being mechanically inclined....and with 4 holes drilled in the body...I'll just cut a piece 3/4" plywood and screw it to the body. That'll move the "work piece" over 3/4" and while I won't have much adjustment, it'll work and I"ll have some fine adjustment.
Then I flipped the whole thing over. Bless Rockler and some engineers heart for their forethought! A 2nd milled dado groove with two drilled and tapped holes to the left of the one the miter guide was currently attached. I unscrewed the miter guide, moved it to the other slot and it was now within the middle of the adjustment range. It worked like a charm!
Nice going Rockler!
No photos. The wife has the camera and she and the MIL who were supposed to arrive here in 20 minutes......due to a Delta computer glitch, won't be arriving until 2140 this evening. I have more time to go play with my new toy.....er.....tool...