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#1 posted 12-03-2018 04:47 PM



It s exactly what you describe, a chamfer bit stopped before going through the edge. Probably routed before cutting the tenons so there s some wood to support the router. Relatively easy to do either free hand or on a router table.

- Jeff

Yep I do that on my router table, I just stick masking tape on the fence to mark where to start and end the cut. Test with a scrap piece.


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