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Posted on Thru Tenon Domino Drawers

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#1 posted 10-22-2018 11:33 PM

My preference for cutting the tenons flush would be an oscillating multi tool. If you were to grind the bottom of the blade smooth (eliminate tooth set from the bottom), there would be few if any scratches on the drawer sides. I like the so-called Japanese style blades, as they cut quickly yet smoothly. Otherwise, it looks like a good way to make drawers.

I’m just waiting for HF to come out with a clone of the Domino for $79.95 (minus a 20 or 25% coupon, of course).

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