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New tool day... Bridge City Kerfmaker, a great little tool to add to my collection.
Maybe it’s the feeling of smashing something into submission idk but then to use that to hang up my new big brother version of the @bridge_city_tool_works kerf maker was extremely rewarding!
Breaking in my new kerfmaker jig and after figuring out how to get it set up right (I had some growing pains with that) it made some perfect dados! It’s a pretty clever little jig that compensates for the blade kerf and then takes into account the thickness of whatever your trying to fit in that kerf to make a perfect dado. After i got the actual blade kerf dialed in (I found I need to stick with the caliper method they layout in their manual) it was pretty satisfying and quick to batch out a stack of jigs with perfect fit! This is going to make life a Looot easier with chopstick jigs and you know other stuff.
#allmybridgecitytools are here. Sorry that I'm showing them off again but they have a giveaway going on do check their account and take advantage of it if you need the most beautiful honing jig on the planet.
T-Bridle Joints for the walnut trestle table. This was the first time using the Bridge City Kerf Maker. Once it was set up, it really made repeating this process a breeze!