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OK. So I finally got to use my COOL dovetail spline jig. Now I gotta figure out the best way to cut off the splines. I do not have a bandsaw. Has anyone used the "non-marring" cut-off saws or "pull saws" used for dowels, and are they really non-marring?

Any help is appreciated.

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Robert
 

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OK, thats what I was thinking, but I wanted to be sure. Ive never had use for those type saws and I didnt want to mess up the project by puttin a bunch of saw marks in it.

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Robert
 

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Use a thin plastic sheet or ...

A piece of aluminum step flashing on top/under your saw blade to avoid scratching the wood. Then you'll be real close for sanding flush. ;) bill
 
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Heres a pic of the box so far. Got them cut off with a back saw. One of the corners broke off, but im gluing it back on. Its on the back and it seems like you wont be able to see it.
 

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