How to Make an Adjustable Tenoning Jig // Angled Joinery // Woodworking Jig

Last week I showed how to make angled bridle joints using a heavy duty tenoning jig, a few people commented they couldn’t make the joint because they don’t have the jig I used. That couldn’t be further from the truth! Anything is possible, you just have to figure out another way… so this week I decided to make my own tenoning jig!

For more details on this build, check out my website – https://www.3x3custom.com/tutorials/adjustable-tenoning-jig

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Some tools used in this video were provided to me, all opinions are my own.