I'm interested in making a couple of game piece holders. I've got a set up injected plastic holders for domino pieces and I'd like to make some out of some old oak. The plastic holders have straight channels for the pieces and I'm considering cutting the slots at an angle. I've got a Ridgid Table saw (thus how I ended up here with my question) and a 6" stack dado head. I also own a nice router table, but haven't come up with a method of router cutting the slots. Can you make a recommendation regarding cutting parallel angled slots using a dado blade? I'm not sure how I'd cut a zero clearance insert for such a task, but I am a BIG fan of ZCI's.
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