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Being in the instructional mode, here is a pix of a router plane. Beyond being beautiful tool, it is really good at flattening and perfecting the bottom of a dado or groove. It must have support on both sides to work properly so it isn't good for tennons or rabbets. It is also great for inlays where you want a shallow, but exact depth of cut.
 

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...should you wish to use a Router Plane for the tenon, see Paul Sellers demonstrating his technique for making a tenon with a router plane and chisel and handsaw...there are other videos demonstrating this and other techniques...

Just in case anybody tells you it can't be done...

 
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