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    Jim Braun

    Here is an interesting use of the router plane as a means of rabbeting. The presenter created a jig for the fence that controls the width of the rabbet. It is in German but you don’t need to understand the language to appreciate the technique.

    Monmouth County, New Jersey

    Benoît Van Noten

    I don’t have a rebate plane with a snicker so I have made end grain rebate like a one sided tenon, using the router to refine it.
    I have used my plow plane to make small rebate on the long grain side.

    Sven-Olof Jansson

    Thank you,

    Despite improvements, I still need to check my rebating very frequently to avoid bevelling the bottom.

    Having always found setting up the Veritas double gauge a chore, my already long donkey ears grow substantially longer over not realising that the setup can be done by the ends of the rods.

    My dormant school German had a wakeup call.

    Vielen Dank

    Sven-Olof Jansson
    London, UK; Boston, MA

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