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#1 posted 11-24-2010 08:05 PM

I’m with Chewbuddy13. Since a router can now be part of the manufacturing process, using a template and a flush trim router bit seems the easiest and most cost effective way. As far as labor process for applying the veneer, if a vacuum press is used, it wouldn’t be too bad. Put it in the vacuum press and let it sit. It would just involve a little up front cost for the vacuum press if his shop doesn’t have one. I just did some small veneer panels and I don’t have a vacuum press so I just stacked some weights on them which may be an option too since the veneered parts aren’t large parts. If your demand is high or gets high, I would suggest looking into a vacuum press in the future. Hope that helps.

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