I had an hour before I had to make dinner tonight, so I ducked into the shop to make a simple jig to help me cut the dados in the plywood case sides for my tool cabinet. Nothing fancy. I’m using a Freud undersized router bit made for this sort of thing. But guess what? It’s a tiny bit too undersized apparently as my 3/4″ plywood is a very tight fit into the groove. Should I get a regular 3/4″ bit? Maybe sand the face of the plywood along the edges?
I need a pair of side rabbit planes, but I’d be afraid to use them on plywood I suspect.