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Dovetails on the bandsaw 4 Oct 2010 Summary: This is my method for cutting regular and symmetric dovetails using the bandsaw, scroll saw and router table. The bandsaw is used to cut kerfs for the pins and tail for a perfect fit. The scroll saw is used to quickly remove most of the waste and router table is used to remove the remaining waste and fine-tune the depth of pins and tails.
There is a tiny amount of manual cleanup on the tails - probably not enough to call them hand-cut, though. You could, of course, remove the waste manually with a mallet and chisel instead of using the scroll saw...or use a coping saw or bandsaw. Using the router table to trim the final depth of pins and tails is both quick and accurate, but it also imposes a minimum spacing between adjacent pins and tails of 1/2" (the width of the bit).
Special thanks go out to Joe Scharle for his editorial assistance on this article! I've been woodworking for years, but have never built a project with dovetails. Pin Sled. Ebenisterie index. 'Design. Click. Build' Blog. Sort By: From Dovetails to Mortise & Tenon Killenwood, member | April 13th, 2014 This model was made by a friend, David Heim.
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