Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Cutting Rabbets on the Table Saw

Cutting rabbets on the edges of boards and panels is one of the first joinery techniques most woodworkers learn when they upgrade their joinery skills from glue, screws, and butt joints. There are several ways to cut rabbets, including on the router table, with a free hand router, and on the table saw.
In this 4 minute video, Woodsmith magazine's Managing Editor Vince Ancona demonstrates two ways to cuts rabbets on the table saw, using a dado blade and using a combination blade.

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