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#1 posted 10-20-2018 04:03 PM

Tony_S, thanks, that makes a lot of sense. do you have a recommended way to cut/sand flush? I don’t have a japanese saw, which seems to be wha most ppl use, and trying to use a file + sander did not work very well, but maybe it’s just my inexperience and lack of skill is sanding (the rap hit the edges and left some marks and the ROS put a bit of a shallow around the tenon).

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