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Sep 27 '16 at 17:53 comment added keshlam If you take things cuts, the waste pips free at the end if each cut without your having to apply much force. If it doesn't, a diagonal cut into the back corner should free it.
Sep 27 '16 at 15:10 comment added James Youngman This answer leaves out the key thing I'm trying to ask about. If you chisel straight down, sure you cut the fibres within the to-be hole. But the waste doesn't magically jump out of the hole, you have to get it out somehow. So how do you do that without damaging the ends of the hole?
Sep 27 '16 at 12:52 comment added Aloysius Defenestrate Use sharp chisels and sneak up on the cut line. (In other words, do the main cutting about 1/16th off the true line and when that's done, pare the remainder.)
Sep 27 '16 at 12:18 history answered keshlam CC BY-SA 3.0