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Posted on Efficient setup for taking stock to thin thicknesses

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Dusty56

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#1 posted 856 days ago

My suggestion was in response to the information given in the original post.
You didn’t mention that you were trying to mass produce these thin pieces of wood.
Trying to sand oily woods without clogging the grit , especially the finer grits , is virtually impossible , hence the card scraper thoughts. You don’t mention if you need both sides to be perfectly finished in the end , only that you want to reduce the thickness. My next attempt would be using a Sand-Flee , but that might also be too labor intensive for your needs. Sorry.

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