Click to enlargeCutting The Tenon

You'll need to cut a tenon to .625. Do it between centers to insure a perfect tenon and a real good face-off. If this face is not true, by the time you get to the last ring, the inaccuracy will be very noticable. Do it right!

See inset photo --- As you're facing off between centers, you want to also sand the end near the face at the same time (do not sand the face). This insures a real clean and sharp edge and it removes all the little fibers as a result of facing.

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