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I’ve long been a fan of cutting tenons on the table saw. I’ve found it can be done quickly, with repeatable accuracy and safely. Recently, I discovered a new saw blade with a thick, 1/4″-wide tooth that’s ground flat on the top, and it’s perfect for this operation. This Infinity Tools thick-kerf, flat-top blade eliminates the need for a secondary set-up and cut to finish the cheek and establish the final tenon shoulder. Watch the video to learn more about the blade and see the jig that makes the joint safe and quick to cut.

– Steve Shanesy 


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