Two Tablesaw Miter Jigs
Two tablesaw miter jigs is post about Accessories bookmarked by tommy with ID 1517425402 was uploaded on 10-01-2019 and has been viewed 215,418 times.
The tablesaw jig in the drawing above has helped me to cut accurate miters for 25 years.To make it cut two table-length rails from well-seasoned oak or hickory and sand to a sliding fit in the miter-gauge channels.
With the rails in place in the channels, set the 1/2-in.plywood base (cut a little smaller than the saw table) on the rails so that the midpoint of the forward edge is aligned with the sawblade.Fasten the base to the rails with 3/4-in.
flathead screws.Now slide the jig back, raise the sawblade and saw into the jig 3 in.or so.From the center of the kerf, extend the saw-line to the back side of the jig.Mark two lines 45¡ from the saw-line with a draftsman's triangle and fasten the two 1-in.
wide fences on the lines with screws...