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Posted on Tenon cutter, Miller Falls

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#1 posted 04-24-2020 01:42 PM

I enjoy mine, but sometimes it takes a little patience to set it set to the desired diameter. Glad to see the blade is installed correctly in this one. The blade in mine was upside down when I got it at a flea market. The “tenon” had unbelievably rough cuts on the sides. (Serves me right for trying to use it BEFORE looking closely at the tool…) Once I smacked myself and turned the blade over, it cut like a dream.
BTW, there should also be an adjustable depth stop attached inside the top. These are wonderful tools. You can even make bench stops with them if you need an extra or two.

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