Template-When performing duplication with the routing system, the plywood or masonite pattern that is attached to the bottom of the fixture blank and used to guide the cutting of the actual fixture.
Tenon-A protruding rectangular, square or round “tongue” on the end of one piece of stock that is cut to fit snugly into a mortise on a mating piece of stock.
Tongue And Groove-An extremely strong wood working joint that is formed by a tongue on the edge of one board that fits into a mating groove on another board. This method is often used when joining stock together for tabletops or other large project components and for tongue-and-groove paneling.
Under-Table-Routing operations performed with the router mounted in an inverted position under the table of the routing system.
V-Block-A shop-made, V-shaped woodworking aid that is most commonly used to support dowel rods, pipe, tubing or other cylindrical-shaped objects during drilling on the drill press.