After gluing spline stock into the mitered corners of a large batch of frames, I was faced with spending the next half hour bandsawing away the protruding spline stock.

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After gluing spline stock into the mitered corners of a large batch of frames, I was faced with spending the next half hour bandsawing away the protruding spline stock and sanding the rough surfaces smooth. Instead, I turned to my tablesaw.

With a spacer offsetting each frame so the frames would ride smoothly against the saw's rip fence, I trimmed the spline stock. After a few quick passes with a sanding block, the frames were complete.
—Larry Schaller, Edgerton, Wis.