rabbeting


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rab·bet·ing

(rab'et-ing),
Obsolete term for making congruous stepwise cuts on apposing bone surfaces for stability after impaction.
[Fr. raboter, to plane]

rab·bet·ing

(rab'ĕt-ing)
Making congruous stepwise cuts on apposing bone surfaces for stability after impaction.
[Fr. raboter, to plane]
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rabbeting bit in your router and adjust the router to cut a rabbet about 3/16 in.
I cut the rabbets using a router and a rabbeting bit that makes a 1/4-in.
To do this, arrange the four boards that comprise one side, and mark the edges for rabbeting, leaving the edges that don't meet other boards (such as the top edge of the side) unmarked.
now include straight flute touter bits, scoring saw blades and rabbeting cutters.