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Rabbet on tablesaw fence helps you trim panels flush
You've glued some solid-wood edging on a set of plywood panels and now it's time to trim the edging flush. What if you don't have a flush-trim router bit?
Routing accurate dadoes for plywood
If you've ever cut a 3⁄4" dado for 3⁄4" hardwood plywood, you've ended up with a sloppy joint because the plywood is actually thinner than that. I get great results using a spacer like the one shown.
Slip-in spacers make great no-check depth stops

I place hardwood spacers matching the desired material thickness beneath my 15" stationary planer’s cutterhead assembly to gauge stock thickness when planing boards.