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#1 posted 10-02-2008 07:52 PM

It works well in fact. Gary Rogowski covers this a lot in his
book Router Joinery.

Normally if I were doing tenons on the router table I would
cut the shoulder with a tablesaw or hand saw, waste off
most of the cheeks on the bandsaw, and then use the
router table with a fence to get the thickness of the
tenons uniform and correct the shoulders if necessary.

A combination of paper shims and hand pressure allows
you to control the cut depth precisely.

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