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Mortise and Tenon with a router


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Before I had a CNC where I could clamp parts vertically I preferred to cut mortises on the router table just as Gerald mentioned. Tenons to fit I usually used the table saw to cut the shoulders then with a tenoning jig cut the sides.  Band saw to cut the ends and a chisel to nip the corners to fit in the round end mortise. While most of the glue is between the faces as the video stated a snug end help keep the joint from racking.  Getting the joint lined up was never a problem with careful layout.


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