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Dan Krager

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#1 posted 02-09-2013 03:50 PM

+1 on each comment above.
Other methods to limit tearout are to score the blade path on both sides with knife cut. You can also take a very shallow pass, about 1/16”, then make the full cut.
No matter how light the load, a bottom attached panel for drawer bottom is not workable long term. If you can’t make the space saving dado cut, then at least glue and nail a small strip (1/4×1/4 minimum) around the inside perimeter of the drawer to rest the bottom upon.
DanK

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