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Trend® Mortise & Tenon Jig

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Quick, accurate and versatile jig allows you to cut perfect-fitting mortise and tenons with a plunge router - requires only one setup to cut both pieces.

  • Ideal for cabinet, chair and table construction
  • Template can also be used for accurate doweling applications
(1) Trend® Mortise & Tenon Jig
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Brand Trend
Manufacturer Part Number U*MT/JIG
Weight 0.0000
Tech Spec
  • Fully adjustable for compound angle joints
  • With reversible template to produce round and square end tenons
  • For 1/2"-2" thick material; maximum width 4"
  • Angle bar and main plate can be rotated from -10° to 45°
  • Includes all mounting hardware; four F-style clamps; mortise and tenon jig setup bar with guide bush and cutter selection chart; plus seven guide bushings to create mortise and tenons 1/4"- 5/8" thick
  • For use with 1/4" shank straight router bits
Type Mortise & Tenon
2.0 / 5.0
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Difficult to set up correctly and the stamped settings are off. It works but I'm looking for a better option. I may use part of this jig and improve it.
September 23, 2016
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Wanted to experiment with alternative methods of cutting mortise and tenons
Scott on Jan 26, 2016
Wanted to experiment with alternative methods of cutting mortise and tenons
Scott on Jan 26, 2016
Where is this product manufactured? U.S. ?
Scott H on Jun 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Great Britain the pkg says. SDG
Does the jig allow you to cut tenons on long boards? It looks like if I mount the jig to the table, I could only have a board short enough that it wouldn't hit the floor.
Alysia D on Mar 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: To cut tenons on long boards, I had to raise the jig the appropriate distance off the floor. I solved this problem by attaching the jig to the landing leading to the second floor in my work shop. My alternative would have been to attach the jig to scaffolding the appropriate distance off the floor. While none of these ideas may be practical for you, i list them as examples of how to solve your problem. The jig does a very nice job of cutting tenons. Cutting mortises on the ends of long boards presents another problem as you have to devise a method of securely clamping a long board to the jig before routing. Again, this problem can be solved but it is one more thing you need to know before buying the jig. Note that I am purely an amateur, self-taught carpenter who owns a large 175 year old home that needs a lot of maintenance.
Richard Rogers
Can I use me bosch guide bushing inside of the mortise coller?
Dean M on Dec 12, 2018