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#1 posted 551 days ago

Julie – hjt – there is such a thing as a dado bit. They call them dado cleanout bits. Work great for flattening a dado in cases where the bottoms aren’t flat or quite deep enough. Here’s a link. But hjt a rabbet bit is not the same as a dado bit. You could use cosmic’s advice and use a bit with a top mounted bearing and a template. Be sure the length of the cutter and the thickness of the template corresponds with the depth of the rabbet you wish to cut. In other words, be sure the bearing will ride along the template at the depth you wish the rabbet to be…...Good luck

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