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I am not going to post any answers here but anyone who wants to read how I do Groove and Tenon Fabrication, should have a read of my Thread -

http://www.routerforums.com/jigs-fix...best-wood.html

Look at the section on page 10 with the photos, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108. In a way I regret calling that thread "Whats the Best Wood" This thread is all about the construction of a "Cabinet Makers Work Bench" N
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I could change the title to that if you want Neville. Would probably be this evening here before I could do it.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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Charles I choose the Title as I was feeling Whimsical at the time, since then I saw that this is an important thread about how I think and the methods I use to do this or that, not all of them of course as methods change depending on how much trouble I think that I should go to, lets wait until the Bench is done and then we can Change the Title to "The Construction of a Cabinetmakers Workbench" It should stay in Jigs and Fixtures I think. N
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Outstanding Work Neville! Great lesson! Congrats!
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Nicely done, N.!
(I use that a lot...but mine don't always look as pretty as that one!!)
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Dan I have said a few time, never buy cheap cutters, only buy the best you can afford and keep them sharp, sharp, sharp, as they are good quality then they are worth spending money on as keeping your cutters sharp is just one of the prices for working with wood, when they are blunt then get them sharp, you cannot do clean cuts if the cutter is not sharp, have a look at the cutter in this photo, this is how they are meant to look, clean with a shining edge, this is a 13mm long series KTM cutter and I just use it for the deep cuts, best regards N
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So...if I understand you, N., what you're saying is that the cutter needs to be sharp?
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