To cut the tenon cheeks, I used my modified Stanley 55 "saw plane" or kerfing plane, followed by the magnetized miter jack to guide a saw for the shoulders. The older posts will provide much more detail on the two jigs.
Once the Stanley 55 plane's fence is set for the first cheek, the remainder of similar thickness cheek cuts will not need any further setup of the plane.
|Saw blade is fashioned with a couple of holes which fit precisely into the two rods.|
|Fence adjusted to set the saw at the correct distance|
|Hot off the presses. Will need some clean up at the intersection of the shoulder and cheek.|