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The "Tab" on the end of the TM-1 is crucial for the tool to be used as a flip stop. It keeps the tool parallel to the fence or reference. You do not use it when measuring a mortise or female gap, but you do need it when it is time for cutting.



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As I am looking for any excuse to test the Tenonmaker's abilities, I am curious as to the methods used to create the mortises for the Tenonmaker video.

I am in the process of constructing a workbench that requires several large M&T joints (both stopped and through tenons, 1.5 x 2.25" and 1 x 3", respectively) in beech stock 3-3.5" in cross section. I've tried a plunge router technique thus far, with less than satisfying results and the noise only underscores my dissatisfaction. The cut seems quite uncontrolled even with a fence or template, although perhaps it's my lack of experience. Using a drill press followed by chiseling seems calmer, but not sure if the results will be better.

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