|Forum topic by spunwood||posted 03-23-2011 04:49 PM||796 views||0 times favorited||2 replies|
03-23-2011 04:49 PM
I showed my frames to a local photagrapher, and she is going to buy some! Just in time for graduation pictures.I want to have some more variety so I am trying to create some non-mitered frames.
Well, I am trying to construct some picture frames that are mortise and tenon or 1/2 lapped rather than miter jointed. But I do not like how the rabbet works when it protrudes into the corners. I want to keep the rabbet where the frame would be inserted into the back. So I have a few questions:
1. Can I do a double blind rabbet on a table saw?
2. Is the router the only way?
3. Even with a router, how is this cut done with accuracy (width and depth) and safely?
Thanks for your help
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