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Default Delta 34-184 for raised panels...?

Your opinion, please...

Considering tenoning jig and vertical panel bit for next project...bathroom vanity.

More questions later but prepping tools first...

Is there room under the backstop for the bit...

Will the panel be held securely...

Thanks in advance...
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Your opinion, please...

Considering tenoning jig and vertical panel bit for next project...bathroom vanity.

More questions later but prepping tools first...

Is there room under the backstop for the bit...

Will the panel be held securely...

Thanks in advance...
that's best one on the market...
have one... not used much at all.. doesn't like long vertical pieces all that well...
you planing on using it on the RT or TS???
it's not for panels... it's for the rails and stiles and cutting their tenons only...

cut your tenons on the TS and use your dado set to do it...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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RT...panels might be 20 x 12...thinking vertical bit...
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RT...panels might be 20 x 12...thinking vertical bit...
that tool is not the rigt one for the job...
a tall fence is...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Nick, NO! it's not for panels. When working with panels they must be against a tall sturdy fence using feather boards, either using a table saw or a router table. The Delta 34-184 jig is extremely accurate when making tenons or grooves on the end of a board.
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A high fence and tilted blade is a much safer option.

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It's unanimous then...idea scrapped...tall fence it is...

Thank you all for setting me straight...

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It's unanimous then...idea scrapped...tall fence it is...

Thank you all for setting me straight...
The Delta Tenon tool would be a welcome accessory to your table saw, and is only limited by ceiling height. Each time I've used mine I am thankful I bought it. It's accurate and easy to set up and safe to use. A solid tool.
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