I do own a sonicrafter, but I’d thinking of a different type of tab…
I might be using the wrong term or just not explaining myself properly, sorry.
What I’m thinking of is you cut a square hole in one piece and a square tab on the edge of another so the two pieces can be put together. The corners of the square hole will be rounded since the cutting bit is round but the corners of the tab are square. I’m asking what do people use to carve out the rounded corners of the hole so the square tab will fit.
Thanks everyone. I’d talked to my father about it (he is actually a woodworker, unlike me, I’m just a guy with some of the tools). He suggested everything mentioned here as a possibility. I decided I’d ask here if there was a best tool for the job.
The information about dog bones is very useful and tells me I need to put some effort into learning fusion360. I’ve never used a real cad program until last week when I taught myself the very basics of librecad. Now I can at least draw up my ideas. Next step has to be going to 3d.