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George, you’re the tops. I am 81 years old and I keep learning new things from you. Thanks for all you do!
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Any gap in joint depth for glue clearance ?
Use the fit guidelines I provided here, and you’ll be fine.
If you use a dado on table saw, how do you handle the chipping
My dado head doesn’t chip plywood. However. you can also make a zero clearance insert for your table saw that would act just like the zero clearance fence.
Are there different size slot cutters…. 1/4 for 1/2 ply and 3/8 for 3/4 ply, etc?
Yep, just check with the router bit manufacturer. You can get slot cutters in different sizes.
I have seen you do this three ways; table saw, router with 1/4 inch slot cutter and 1/4 inch regular dado router bit. which do you prefer?
I like the slot cutter in the router table the best.
Would that joint be ok for building boxes such as jewelry boxes?
Yep, it’d work fine for that.
So you have to add 1/2″ to both dimensions for actual size of drawer because of the 1/4″ joinery, right?
Could you use a drill bit in place of the bar stock?
I have a wood shaper-does speed of cut make any difference when cutting these rabbits?
How do you do zero clearance
So you only have to make the zero clearence 1/4 in?
I use the same principles you teach for the drawer lock bit.
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We had a brief delay in starting so we could fix the audio but we are live now! – Sam
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