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Marking Guide Puts Biscuits in Right Place

Eliminate the guesswork when it comes to figuring out where the biscuit slot should go. Follow these simple steps and you'll avoid making careless mistakes.

I used to guess where a biscuit slot should go, but now I make sure. With my biscuit joiner, I cut slots for #0, #10, and #20 biscuits into a piece of scrapwood. Then, I mark the centerline on some matching biscuits and glue them into the slots. Now I have a handy guide that shows me where to cut when there's no room for guesswork.
- David Whitting, Townsend, Mass.

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