I’m building a 42″ wide dining room table with breadboard ends and intend to use a stub tenon and tenon approach to attach. The tabletop has been squared and I’m ready to make those tenons (once I’ve mortised the battens). Any suggestions on ensuring that the cut on one side of the tabletop will match the cut on the other side? I suppose I can scribe a line around the top and bottom of the tabletop but I’m looking for other ideas.
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