Oops! Don’t start over: fixing plywood dado cuts

Oops! Don't start over: fixing plywood dado cuts
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In this video I want to show you a simple repair for a dado or groove cut in the wrong spot. Don’t scrap the board and start over!
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Oops! Don’t start over: fixing plywood dado cuts

13 thoughts on “Oops! Don’t start over: fixing plywood dado cuts”

  1. hi. Just watched a few of your videos. Your brilliant. I flicked through your channel list but couldn't find a video on feature wallet with wood planks. (The idea I'm working on at the moment)
    I have plaster board walls so I'm looking for tips and suggestions on methods. I ideally don't want to purchase a nail gun but I also don't want to have ugly screw holes with shiny screws showing. I also don't want to glue the planks directly to plaster board walls as I'm married. *She has that condition all wives have…… Changeminditus

  2. Did you ever make a zero clearance insert for your table saw……. I'am cheep and don't to spend $40.00 for one …………….

  3. I would have fixed that with hard wood I guess… however, nice to watch more videos from you thanks☺️

  4. Every time I screw up like that I ask myself "is it time to just lay down the tools and walk away?"

    And since I haven't done that yet, and the 'brain farts' are coming on more frequently, I now find myself "thinking" twice as long about what I'm doing at every step.

    It's tough getting old, isn't it Steve?

  5. Scene 1 "I don't want to pull the Dado stack out and mess up my setup."
    Scene 2 Steve using table saw, his Dado stack setup clearly removed.

  6. This was my favourite channel when I started woodworking. I loved watching your weekly vids, especially your vlogs, looked forward to your yearly New Years noise maker and your movie reviews along with all the seasonal projects such as Xmas and Halloween vids you put so much effort into. This channel sadly seems to be nothing more than a way to push your new business. So much for your motto of “I believe woodworking should be assessable for everyone” to anyone who’s thinking of spending the $197 on the new course – don’t, spend that money on some tools instead and watch his earlier videos. You’ve lost a loyal fan in me – goodbye.

  7. Steve, in the Instagram video for your router table you had a Ryobi router, and the downloadable plans mention cutting the hole in the top of the base larger to accommodate the handles on your Ryobi router. Your tool list for the new course suggests a Porter Cable router. Any reason for recommending that over the Ryobi?

  8. I signed up for the new course. Looking forward to it. Any chance there’s a hardware list? I’m a noob. Sorry.

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