With the leg mortises cut, I'm now working on the sliding dovetails on the legs. Lots of careful handwork. My setup isn't super fancy, no bells or whistles, but it works.
With the apron done, it's time to move on to the leg to apron joinery: sliding dovetail bridle joints. Here is my setup for cutting the mortises in the legs. Two cuts per leg to define the mortise and the material between kerfs will be removed at the bandsaw.
I'm redesigning (and remaking) the table aprons. I wasn't satisfied with the bent laminated aprons or the joinery options for the apron-to-leg joints. Back to the drawing board.
And here is that three-way joint, fit and ready for shaping of the parts before assembly.