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Posted on chipout around dado edges

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#1 posted 11-04-2012 03:44 PM

I agree with Bill and Loren and might add that you might be able to take a series of cuts start with one just deep enough to cut the top veneer. I could be you dado blade is dull or needs cleaning or on some plywood the top veneer is so thin it’s all but impossible not to get tear out. When I had some ply like that I had to use a standard rip blade and do a lite cut on each side of my dado and then router the groove.

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