but not near the quality...Try Lee Valley. They have some that work like pencil sharpeners. Google tenon cutters for dowels and you will find them other places for less $$.
Larry if you have a router table, the set up that I posted should work for you. You just need to raise your router bit 1/8 inch and rotate your dowel. Set the fence of your table to adjust the length of your tenon. If you want a rounded instead of sharp edge use a bowl (tray) bit.I have a 5/8" Dowel and I want a 3/8" tendon cut on the End.
Done. I don't often edit the titles unless the spelling makes the poster's intent confusing because as Stick said "most of us speak typonese here". And are guilty of some too. Especially when I use that accursed little phone keyboard. But I begin to digress.Charles, thanks for noting the difference - isn't it possible for you (or any mod) to correct the title of the thread?