Bob, once you have done the set up on your router table you should get consistant tenons. Just remember to use a backerboard to prevent tear out.
Have you considered 'Floating Tenons'?? where the router in the Plunge mode could be usedDensa said:Does anyone have a set up that would help me make tennons on a router table? I'm building a clock case and need to make a number of small tennons in 1"x1" oak and it would be great if they were all the same. I'm being steered to a jig for my table saw but think I would have more control with my router.
I have been producing tenons with the router and all that is required is a simple Jig that can be made from scrap material in your workshop for a couple of dollars. It is a 'Floating Tenon' System that produces the mortices in the rail as well as in the style and each joint is perfectdlane6110 said:I have not tried this, but here is a link to a tenoning jig for the router. It looks simple enough. http://www.dewalt.com/us/articles/article.asp?ID=244