Double Blade Tablesaw Tenoning
Double blade tablesaw tenoning is article about Joinery bookmarked by jerry with ID 13210236510 was uploaded on 06-01-2019 and has been viewed 424,000 times.
Synopsis: Mac Campbell standardized and streamlined common furniture making operations; he explains his joinery shortcut here.His efficient, no-fuss system for cutting tenons on the tablesaw uses two blades separated by shims and spacers to cut both cheeks at once.
He cuts the mortises first and then adjusts his tenoning system to produce tenons that fit.He first explains the anatomy of the standardized tenon, talks about blades for cutting them, and explains his auxiliary fence for end grain cuts.
He finishes with details on crosscutting tenon shoulders...