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Not sure what you want us to try, Randy.

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Do you see the pictures ?

Table Saw: A large stationary power tool commonly used to launch wood projectiles for testing wall integrity.I cut that board 3 times and it's still too short!
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Hi Randy
The safe way of doing that job plus the frame parts always match up.
picture frames,door frames,boxes,etc.

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Quite easy to do Randy, just make your box jig, which can be made to ride your fence or miter groov in your RT or your TS which ever you prefer. Cut the spline grove to whatever depth you desire and make splines to the width of the cut you made. I prefer using contrasting wood. after gluing the spline, and after the glue has dried trim the splines flush with the sides and sand smooth. Robbie
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i can now, thanks Randy

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