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    Default Dutchman or graving piece?

    Most Dutchmen I have seen were curved or tapered patches similar to a scarf joint. I have also seen square shouldered partial thickness repairs referred to as graving pieces. A quick Google search indicates that the terms are interchangeable. Is there a difference?


    I might as well throw in a link to a repair that introduced me to the offset router for this type of repair in tight places. It is essentially a second collet that is mechanically geared to the primary collet, but offset to the edge of the baseplate so you can rout as close as 1/2 inch to an obstruction. Makita

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