I decided to start a new thread and give it a title easy to find instead of it being buried in a different thread. I will show pictures and explain as best I can then we can discuss if any questions. This is the handles this jig makes. Pictures of jig. Here some of the details. I took a piece of plywood and cut a scare hole in it to sit down over the saw blade. Then I made the 2 ramps. These are cut at 20 degrees. Then I made the second plate with a hole in it for the blade to come up through. I fastened all this together and I us C-Clamps to attach the jig to the table saw. Here is the trick. I clamp the hive body board and I start with my table saw blade at 20 degrees angle (or close) then I crank the saw blade just til it touches the board (starting point). Next I crank blade 1 revolution into the board. Then I sweep my blade angle toward 0 degrees and then back. Then I turn blade crank one more turn and repeat. ( sweep blade towards 0 degrees and back to 20) Then a third crank on the blade and one more sweep to ) and back to 20 and back and your done. Crank saw blade down, turn off saw and clamp another board to jig and repeat. With the board being at a 20 degree angle and you starting the saw blade at a 20 degree angle, makes the top of the handle. The sweep digs out the bottom of the handle. Going into the board one turn at a time keeps you form taking out to much material at one time. Really not even hard on the blade or saw. I use a 10 inch blade. 3 cranks on saw blade seams to be a deep enough handle with my saw. You can adjust your depth to suit you. Hope this makes since. If not please ask questions. I hope this helps. It's really easy and quick once you do the first few.