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thanks Harry..

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Good tip, Harry. I also use this technique for panels on furniture.

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I like seeing simple, effective technique. A good table saw will get a lot done. The first two seasons of WoodSmith videos have a guy demonstrating how to really get work done using just a table saw with a minimum of jigs. Very practical and doable methods, lock joints, etc.

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I do this all the time Harry, Groove and Tenon doors frames where the tenon thickness is the same as the door panel thickness, a simple and effective method to make a great looking door. N
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