|Project by rweitz||posted 1462 days ago||2900 views||6 times favorited||10 comments|
I used my own “poormans” version of a Kerfmaker to make the new dados on the framing for my table saw router table extension. The hardboard is about the thickness of my 1/8” blade’s kerf. I can tighten or loosen the dado by adding and removing layers of masking tape. First I use the “kerfmaker” to make a cut. Then a cutoff from the stock that’s going in the dado to step off the second cut – and nibble away the rest for a perfect fit. The photos above should show what’s going on.
Thanks to all on this site for the info on how to use this idea and to Bridgetown for their great product which is still on back order or I would not have had to make this one!!!
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