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#1 posted 07-24-2017 09:56 AM

I’d do them one at a time. If you cut very close to the line (and assuming your bit is long enough, of course), you probably could do both at the same time. Or else in two passes by raising or lowering the bit (depending on where the bearing is on the bit). But I don’t really see much advantage to doing so. Using the template the two pieces should end up exactly the same even if done separately, and the time saving is so small that it hardly seems worth doing them together.

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