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Old 11-18-2005, 07:14 AM
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Default RE: Cutting slots in plywood

ORIGINAL: AlabamaRaptor
I did think about using a table router but I'm not sure that I can get a bit that small.
A router table will be the most accurate of the suggestions so far, but if you want the ends square you will still need to do some touch up. 1/8" straight or spiral bits are commonly available. However, just cutting with an available coping saw, jig saw, scroll saw, etc and then cleaning up with a file or emory board may end up being quicker and cheaper than buying a router table and bit. The most accurate choice would be to find someone with a laser or CNC cutter.