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Posted on To mill or not to mill?

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Milo

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#1 posted 06-08-2012 04:07 AM

I suggest you joint and plane at least one long edge and one flat side if you have access to more powerful and larger tools at your school shop. I know when I was taking a class at Arrowmont I took advantage of the huge jointer and planer they had there.

This will make things much easier down the road when you start your project because of the straight edge and flat width you have to work with.

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