Model # 50-050

Internet #204205807

General International Tenoning Jig for Table Saw

General International

Tenoning Jig for Table Saw

$196.00 /each

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A tanning jig is 1 of the most versatile optional accessories that can be added to a table saw for making strong long lasting joints. The 50-050 is designed to fit in either the left or right miter slot that has standard 3/4 in. wide by 3/8 in. dimensions. Featuring heavy duty cast-iron construction the 50-050 is design to securely hold the work piece in the vertical position to safely and easily allow you to make accurate cheek cuts for tendons, bridle, spine or half lap joints. This unit includes a large 7-3/4 x 8-1/4 in. cast iron base, large ergonomic handles for better operator control, easy to use lock handles and threaded rod fine tune design for precision fine adjustments. The clamping arm swivels up and down, as well as back and forth, to accommodate a wider range of work piece sizes, shapes and cutting positions. The 50-050 can handle up to 3 in. thick stock, has adjustable stop angles from 30° to 90° and weighs a very sturdy 25 lbs.

  • Sturdy cast-iron base and body
  • Reversible design fits both left and right tilt saws with standard 3/4 in. x 3/8 in. miter slots
  • Lateral, distance to blade adjustment runs on dual parallel ways ensures alignment for greater accuracy
  • Adjustable 90° positive stop for accurate repeat cuts

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I read where someone commented on the fact the slide did not fit his table saw. He did not mention the manufacturer of his saw. Mine is a Powermatic. Will this jig adapt to mine?
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