The splines that I recently made were 0.187" thick, made by using my Delta tenon jig. Like I said in my previous post #7 above, I cut one spline from each side of the board with the spline length being the width of the board. I then cut them off the end of the board the width that I need using my miter saw and stop block, then back to the table saw to make another pair of splines, etc. It's kind of odd to be saving what is normally the waste from cutting tenons with the tenon jig, but it works well. The wood that I'm using is 5/8" thick mahogany and the splines will be used to join the corners of some 5" square mitered mahogany boxes. The boxes will become urns for cremated cats. I've made many urns before, but none this small. A new post with pictures will follow when they are finally complete, but progress has been slow because of my yard maintenance and Summer chores. It's been very tough to find shop time this Summer with all the rain that we have had, making things grow faster than I can cut them.
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