Self-centering aluminum-body tenon cutters have dual
blades for fast,
efficient cutting to create beautiful log furniture and
Requires 1/2'' chuck drill with a minimum of 7 amps and a
maximum of 700 RPM's or #25531 DeWalt Spade Handle Drill (sold
- Dual blade technology removes more material in less
time, and allows for longer blade life.
- Built-in tenon measurement sight gauge makes it easy
to see depth of cut.
- 1/2" hex shank.
- Requires 1/2'' chuck drill with a minimum of 7
amps and a maximum of 700 RPM's or #25531 DeWalt Spade Handle
Drill (sold separately).
- Steel replacement blades sold separately.
- Made in the USA of rust-proof 410 hardened stainless
Item No. 21223
- Tenon Cutter: 1/2'' Dual Tenon Cutter
Log Dia.: 1-1/2''
- Max. Tenon Length: 2-1/2''
Item No. 21111
- Tenon Cutter: 1'' Dual Tenon
- Max. Log Dia.: 2-1/2''
- Max. Tenon
Item No. 24012
- Tenon Cutter: 1-1/2'' Dual
- Max. Log Dia.: 3''
- Max. Tenon
Item No. 27049
- Tenon Cutter: 2'' Dual Tenon
- Max. Log Dia.: 3-1/2''
- Max. Tenon
Customer Reviews and Photos for:
Dual Blade Tenon Cutter
(8 customer reviews)
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1) Submitted by
Dennis Sulok, from Wauwatosa , WI
Works fantastic. It's a good idea to practice on a scrape piece of stock to get the feel of it. It's really sharp and does a great job.
2) Submitted by
Craig Megorden, from Billings, MT
works great, takes some practice to keep it cutting straight. Cut 150 2" tenons in a day. Burned up a Dewalt half inch drill (dewalt) but a Milwakee did great.
3) Submitted by
Kirk Lewellen, from Murfreesboro, TN
Great tool! The tenons are cut quickly and easily!
4) Submitted by
GARY, from Caro, MI
I have the 1 1/2", it was quick and easy and the depth gauge was a plus.
5) Submitted by
Gerry Werth, from Rio Rancho, NM
Worked great. It cut the tenons on 1" - 2" latillas quickly and easily. I used a slightly less powerful 1/2" drill than recommended, but I was cutting Aspen so it handled it with ease.
6) Submitted by
D, from Mack, MN
Bought this tenoner to cut 1/2" on turned oak spindles. It may work fine on softwoods, but I found it completely useless on white oak. Regardless of adjustments, the cut was horribly bad. I wouldn't recommend this cutter.
7) Submitted by
Kent Larsen, from Post Falls, ID
I have a job to cut tenons in 150 feet of fir and larch rails and spindles. I decided to try out the dual blade cutters. What a mistake that was. No matter how tight I try to tighten the blades, they work loose before I can finish one tenon. I used my impact screw gun to tighten the last time and the cutter snapped instead of loosening. The dual blade finish cut was very rough. I have an older set of tenon cutters, they out cut and made a much smoother finish. I was very disappointed in the dual blade cutter.
8) Submitted by
Mark Delamater, from Lutsen, MN
I used the 2" Dual Tenon Cutter to resize log railings for a deck. It cut the tenons cleanly and quickly. The only drawback was that the railings were too large in diameter for the cutter. I had to chamber the ends with a chisel.