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#1 posted 04-24-2013 09:47 PM

I also see the benefit of cutting them with thw wood seaprated. So you can get at the “side” of the cut-out to chisel.
So how ‘bout go ahead and cut one side of the butterfly before glue-up. Then you only hafta cut the other 1/2 of each. So if the wood slips during glue-up it wont matter. Number them as you go so you know which one goes where.

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