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  1. I found when I did my slats that I wanted them done coming out of the planing jigs. Finish planing them out of the jig could leave you with slats too thin or tapered, or other surprises. I had minor differences too but I had planned on fitting each one to it’s mating mortise.
    BTW, I had to look up what ‘sod it’ meant but don’t quite understand it’s use with the MDF.

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    The thickness is something I’m watching Ralph, but I’m cutting tenons in at the ends rather than using the ends as-is, just to try to avoid messing up the mortices where they can be seen (I don’t have a morticer, it’s a clamped-on guide and a three-eighths mortice chisel and taking my time). That’ll give me a millimeter or so of fudge factor just in case.

    And “sod it” in this context just means “oh well”.

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