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#1 posted 04-25-2020 11:26 AM

Plus one with my ole on line buddy “TOF”. A spoke pointer (sometimes called a cone cutter) with an adjustable shaft and a good blade will sure make preparing the piece for cutting the tenon easier.
One you’ve got your stock secured in a vise, set your spoke pointer as you want it. Chuck it in your brace and start cranking. (Works kinda like a big pencil sharpener) When you’ve got your point or cone shaped, the tenon cutter has a good means of holding on and starting it’s own cutting. You’re gonna have a blast using these things!

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