Dado or router t and g?


Old 03-12-19, 04:26 AM
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Dado or router t and g?

I have a lot of planks that I have planed. They have an existing tongue and groove but I need to make the widths consistent so I need to trim rip a small amount of material in each side and then redo the tongue and groove.
what is best for this considering it's a lot of planks? I figured a dado blade might not go blunt so quickly but maybe a router table is easier
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Old 03-12-19, 06:23 AM
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I might try the router table if you only have a little bit to do. Otherwise I'd go for a dado blade which is closer to how it's done in the factory.
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