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Posted on Bandsaw Veneers - Outboard or Inboard Cut?

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woodbutcher

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#1 posted 07-02-2010 07:18 AM

stefang,
Congratulations first on your new tool acquisition. I’m sure you’ll wonder how you ever got along with out as soon as you start slicing those veneer pieces. I have a 21” Grizzly that I resaw with and I’ve always cut my veneers with the piece coming off between the blade and fence. I do not see a need to joint the face of the stock being cut between slices. My use of a Wood Slicer blade from Highland Wood Working cuts clean enough that I can glue the veneers directly to my substrate and then drum sand the faces if need be. Book matching those veneers makes such beautiful panels and table tops. Good luck and let us know which way you ultimately find works best for you! Keep on keeping on

Sincerely,
Ken McGinnis

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