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If you’re cutting hinge mortises for a cabinet, chances are you’ll use a router or router table to hog out most of the waste, but there are times when a tablesaw can get the job done quicker and more easily. In this classic clip from Michael Pekovich‘s Video Workshop series on building a Hanging Tool Cabinet, you’ll learn how to use simple spacer blocks in combination with a tablesaw sled and auxiliary fence to get the job done.
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