Table Saw Jig Video Summary:
This video is not a how to video. It’s more of an options video, where he shows you a bunch of different options of jigs that you could make and the general layout for each jig. This is a great video to learn the purpose of each one but not how to actually build them and the tips necessary to do so.
Table Saw Jig Video Breakdown:
(0:28) – Table set up and adjustment of blade, fence, and miter gage
(1:52) – Types of wood he uses for the jigs and why;
(3:30) – Zero clearance insert;
(6:38) – Miter gauge extension and precision stop;
(8:20) – Auxiliary rip fence;
(10:30) – 3-in1 work support;
(13:00) – Raised panel jig;
(16:30) – 90 degree cross-cut sled;
(20:50) – Four-sided tapering jig/jo;
(28:27) – Jointer jig;
(29:30) – Tenoning jigs;
(34:33) – Spline-cutting jig;
(37:00) – Thin-strip ripping jig;
(40:37) – Cove-cutting jig.
Table Saw Jig Video Unique Clips:
(3:30) – High grade plywoods and hardwood may chip if you use the factory clearance insert;
(8:20) – He gave some great reasoning for the auxiliary rip fence, and why you want to protect the existing rip fence ;
(29:44) – He talks about the ⅓ rule for mortise and tenon.