Good quality casting, nice heavy jig
Posted January 25, 2015
I adapted this to my big saw, it adjusts easy enough to not be a hassle when settings need to be changed. The stops were dead on out of the box, but have not gotten to actually cut anything with it yet, but clamping pieces were easy enough don't see any reason it would not work just fine. Much easier to set than the home made thing I have used in the past.
I found this jig on Rockler's...
Posted February 14, 2013
I found this jig on Rockler's web site. I read most of the reviews, and it sounded like the jig I wanted. I also took into account the not so good reviews some of the people gave. Being made out of Cast iron and locking rail into the miter groove on the table saw was a plus. I got it yesterday and I checked it over for smoothness on the bottom side that runs on the table saw. It was fine. All I had to do was move the miter guide. I set it up for the cuts I needed. I had about 20 pieces of wood that needed a tenon on both ends, waiting for this jig to arrive. I started in and before I was ready to finish I was done with all my tenons. This was so easy to use and to do the same cut over and over, sliding the jig back a forth was a breeze. I can't say enough about this jig. Well worth the price to me. Built to out last me too. I may not push this jig to it's limits or use all of it's functions, but for what I needed it's the top of the line to me. Also some complaints were about the instructions. I went to youtube and watched a video that was pretty much the same jig there and got all the info I needed for mine. Anyway great addition to my improving workshop.
I had some trouble getting the...
Posted January 8, 2012
I had some trouble getting the alignment correct. The pictures in the instructions appear to be backward and could be a bit better quality. Other than that, I recommend this product.