There aren’t too many projects that don’t use rabbets for one purpose or another. You’ll find them used to create an opening for a cabinet back, building drawers, or in simple carcase construction. And yet, because they’re so simple, we tend not to give much thought to cutting rabbets. Like so many things in woodworking, when it comes to cutting rabbets there’s more than one way to get the job done. Most of the time, I rely on my table saw for this task. But even so, there are at..