Even thou I have not used it much I believe this easy to make jig has potential for cutting obvious tenons but also for more complicated cuts such as compound angels and other difficult to handle cuts.
The initial built was made in order to create shelves, for a bookshelf, which multiple angles creates a unique bottom flowing from full thickness in the back to blade like front. This worked well and the cuts came out as planned but I never built that shelf or used the jig again.
Nevertheless here it is, with sample of compound cuts and hopes to make it more useful.
Everyone knows the wheels lift mechanism you install under the workbench to lift it off the ground and on the wheels, the one that is shown below.
Installed several years ago, it worked very well and served me by making it really easy to move the workbench around the shop and keep it in place without moving when needed. Apparently I needed it to move more than stay at position and only now I discovered that keeping it on the wheels most of the time caused the wheels plate to bow. It is made of hard Ipe and I expected it to hold forever, but it didn’t.
In the pics below you can see the deformed board.