I'm sure I'll never make one or need one but what a great job. Excellent camera work and exceptionally clear explanation. Thanks so much for sharing your most excellent work.I posted some of my router jig movies a few years back and they gained at least some interest so I hope my latest jig will do the same. It's primarilly meant for the table saw but will work on the router table as well as long as you have a miter channel for it to run in. It's main purpose is tenon- and boxjointcutting but I see other uses for it as well.
It's three parts and each part is around 20 minutes. Part 2 and 3 are linked in the videodescription of part 1.