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I am at a loss as to how the mortise spacer works as shown. The first cut on the band saw uses the fence, the next uses the tenon spacer, but the third, the one that defines the cheek of the next tenon, uses only the mortise spacer. Earlier in the video, when cutting mortises, Tim uses this same mortise spacer to move the router the distance from one mortise to the next. Whereas on the band saw, that sam spacer moves the blade from the outermost cheek of the first tenon, to the innermost cheek of the second. These distances are different! What am I missing?
Truly fantastic work, and commentary on Tage! Thanks so much for posting this and bringing Jere back to the front of my design mind. Much appreciated.
Seems like the rabbet need be the same thickness as the stock your working with for proper alignment.
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