Or maybe half of the full depth.:laughing::laughing:We're saying the same thing, Mike. I guess I wasn't clear. Yes, all passes full depth... or "correct depth" :laughing:
I would make the shoulder cut first, using a speed square or cross cut guide. I would make the top cut next using a circular saw on a sled with support front and rear to prevent tipping and shifting.I'm looking to get a clean rabbet cut on the top of a 4x4 to accept a crossing 2x4. I have circular saw, miter saw and jig saw that I can use. Does anyone have any tricks to make sure all the cuts will be flush and perpendicular?
I'm thinking more along the lines of:Or maybe half of the full depth.:laughing::laughing:
Or, proportionally the depth to accept a secondary member to complete the joint.:laughing::laughing:
Or, maybe the complimentary depth of the joining members.:laughing::laughing: