Or get a wobble dado blade and keep fiddling with the dial until
it hits the right thickness of cut. I get better cuts with a table
saw than with small router bits.
Measuring is always good; I like feeler gages for slot-too-wide
In any case, the glue in your plywood is gonna gunk the blade; get
a brass brush and suitable cleaner (my preference is lye), you'll
need it to keep the cuts clean.
Ok, so here's what I did...
Cut each slot on the TS, standard 1/8" blade, single pass. Took each divider
to the router table and passed the edges over to shave off 1/32 on each
side. Could have taken 1/16 off one side, but hey, it was quick and easy and
now they are centered.
Thanks for all the suggestions!
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