Hand Tools

Subject:
Re: Router plane for tenons, nothing new

Gary B.
Good Idea.

I watched a video earlier where Paul Sellers sawed a tenon, but the then left 1/2" at the end of the tenon full thickness to ride the router on. It was a large tenon, so this eliminated the need for the second board. However, that technique would eliminate the option of sneaking up on a fit.

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