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#1 posted 09-04-2009 04:53 AM

Bob, I generally cut my dadoes on a table saw largely because I can do it in one pass whereas cutting a dado on a router table will usually involve multiple passes. I also feel it is easier to dial in the correct dado width with a stacked dado set as opposed to using a fixed diameter router bit and adjusting the fence to achieve the correct dado width. And I guess that I am just more comfortable using my table saw as opposed to either of my router tables.

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