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Posted on Gaps in the final glue up for endgrain cutting boards

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#1 posted 08-12-2012 12:57 AM

What a timely post! I would never consider sending end grain through a planer, however my dad spent some time over my place today and wanted to help. While I was feeding the baby, he decided to send my first end grain board that I glued last night through my planer. It’s in 11 pieces right now and judging by the 1/2” deep gouges (my planer does not have a cutter head lock), at a minimum I need new blades, I may need a new planer. Luckily no one was hurt.

I made a jig but never got a chance to use it. The basic concept can be seen here:

http://www.thewoodwhisperer.com/videos/flattening-workbenches-and-wide-boards-with-a-router/

This was on the top of a workbench, but you’ll get the basic idea. I have a brand new 3/4” bit still in the whiteside package what that impossible to remove plastic on the end of it.

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