Repairing gaps in dovetails by inserting little tiny shims.
Not that I ever have any gaps ........ I just happen to know this works.
One of my favorites if a have a lot of dovetails such as a dresser, is to use a table saw to cut the tails, using a specially ground blade. In my case, its a flat top rip blade I had ground to 8°. Tilt the blade 8° and you get a sharp, flat cut.
You can gang up several sides and cut them all at once. I cut the pins by hand, but this still saves a huge amount of time.
Last edited by DrRobert; 06-22-2020 at 10:08 AM.