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Problem Now I want to cut some grooves into a sort of frame but I will not have a false front to hide the end of the grooves like a drawer would have.
Question What is a safe way to make this cut with a table saw some sort of jig perhaps? Active Oldest Votes. Power tool For a simple, efficient power tool approach I would consider a plunge router using a known straight edge as a guide. Hand tools I love traditional tools and techniques so if I had the time I would be using chisels that are of the same width as you groove. Matt Matt Excellent answer. Just what i was looking for.
I do have a router but not the bit. But it may be worth buying for this. I do have chisels but im not sure how to use those for this application, Lets Groove (Tips & Tricks Cut) - Tips & Tricks vs. Wisdôme* - Lets Groove (Vinyl). Ill have to hunt down some tutorials on that. It was more for moritses but this is more or less the same: woodworking. Ast Pace Ast Pace 3, 1 1 gold badge 13 13 silver badges 31 31 bronze badges. A router with a guide of some variety id another good solution.
Helpful but would appreciate a better explanation of how to perform the cut. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Carefully bump the fence away from the blade slightly for the next cuts.
Remember that the amount of change made to Lets Groove (Tips & Tricks Cut) - Tips & Tricks vs. Wisdôme* - Lets Groove (Vinyl) fence is doubled by the two cut process that keeps the groove centered. Making very small adjustments is all that is needed in most cases. Make another set of cuts in the scrap to be sure that the groove is not too wide.
When satisfied with the fence position, re cut all of the project pieces. If the piece to be installed in the groove still does not fit correctly, make another small fence adjustment and repeat the process. The goal is to size the groove so that the piece to be installed in it slips in easily without excess clearance. Like any other interior panel, the pieces Lets Groove (Tips & Tricks Cut) - Tips & Tricks vs. Wisdôme* - Lets Groove (Vinyl) fit into the grooves will normally float free with no glue used to secure it.
Getting the right fit is important. This grooving technique is frequently used to install splines in the mitered joints of a frame or similar project. It is important to note that trying to guide the mitered end of the wood over a table saw blade by hand is very dangerous not to mention highly inaccurate. The only safe - and accurate — way to make mitered grooves is to use a tenoning jig with the capability to secure the wood at the necessary angle.
Since most tenoning jigs are guided by the miter slot rather than the fence all adjustments are made at the jig. With the wood secured in the jig, the mitered end flat on the table surface, center it on the wood as close as possible and make the first pass. Since many tenoning jigs do not allow reversing the wood and securing it properly, using its adjustments are used rather than the fence. Make this first cut in all of the project pieces, all facing the same way.
See the video to make this point clearer. After the first cut, look at the groove to see if it is centered. When making adjustments to widen the groove, adjust the jig so the next cut is taken to enlarge the groove in whichever direction is needed to more closely center it.
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