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Eric

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#1 posted 11-11-2018 08:48 PM

I have to agree here. Learn how to make the M&T using hand tools. That will ensure that you have a very good understanding of the joint. And if you only have a few to do it is more cost effective.

Alsi, yes cut the mortise first. You do get a better fit

Have fun

-- Eric, Upstate South Carolina


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