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#1 posted 09-04-2009 06:01 AM

I usually try to cut dadoes with my table saw nice and clean in one pass, a router when cutting across the grain will usually come out a little hairy nothing some 120 grit on a ROS won’t take care of, but one more step to get to the finished product. There are times when a hand held router and a jig are the only way to go. Since I built a new router table last year I’ve used it a lot more for dadoes (my old router table was scary), but I think the table saw still ends up doing the majority of them around my shop.

-- Mike

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