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Sawkerf

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#1 posted 11-01-2011 04:37 AM

Depending on how non-flat your aluminum is, I would do it like you flatten a plane sole. A piece of glass, or other flat surface, some sandpaper, and a spray bottle of water.

I would probably start with a 120 grit and work my way up to whatever grit gives you the surface you want.

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