MT joint shoulders - help
My mortise & tenon joints are almost perfect... during dry assembly, I put the together and take them apart by hand and they hold strong. My problem is with the shoulders of the tenons. They don't always sit flat.
I cut my tenons on the ts using methods too ensure equal distance from blade for every side... I have checked and rechecked the perpendicular setting of the blade.
Sometimes I get it right and sometimes not. My sides are jointed and lengths are accurate...
I.m a self taught woodworker and I know we all have too find a method that works the best for us, simply said, what works best for "me"! How do you achieve your perfect MT shoulders? I expect to see different methods. I'm looking to discover what will work best for me and I'll try all methods... Thank you in advance!
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