Tenon clean up

  • 12 Apr 2019 9:50 PM
    Message # 7280301

    Hi all, just watching you clean up and fit a tenon with the router plane. What is the best way to clean up an angled tenon like on a chair? I've been using a skew block plane.

    Also, when cutting the tenon with the table saw, you may be getting more run out with the thin kerf blade than a regular blade. May be time to build a tenon jig to run off the fence, there are several more tenons to cut.


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