Table Saw Jigs Part 3
This is just PART 3 of the Ultimate Table Saw Jigs collection that I've put together. Jigs are such an important part in the wood shop and are essential when you're looking for consistency, repeat-ability, and ease of a specific task. A good jig is one that isn't too complex but can tremendously simplify a given process, and I think I've got three here that fit this bill. The three jigs that I cover in these plans are:
- Adjustable Circle-Cutting Jig
- Tenoning Jig
- Fisher's Dovetailing Jig
This document contains detailed step-by-step instructions on building the three jigs that are depicted in the "Shop Work: Ultimate Table Saw Jigs Part 3" video on Fisher's Shop YouTube channel. Haven't seen the video? Here's a link to it!
The plans have lists of required basic tools, power tools, and materials needed. There is a 1:1 stencil you can print out for the hold-down clamps, thorough explanations of each step, and plenty pictures to help you along the way. All in all, it's 34 pages of very in-depth plans that will make these builds simple for you. Be sure to check out Part 1 & 2, if you haven't already, for six other jigs that you need in your shop as well!
As a free extra, I included plans and instructions to build the wooden hold-down clamps that can be seen in the video!
This document is a PDF and readable using Adobe Acrobat Reader or other PDF-compatible viewers.
All measurements are in Imperial format only!