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6 posts in 564 days


#1 posted 563 days ago

- Thanks for the tips. I haven’t heard of a router flattening jig….great stuff. I also have a slab of Elm in my garden shed that I asked the tree service people to cut for me when they were cutting down one of my trees. They used a chain saw and it’s very rough.

- I was thinking of the bench top planer as some of the boards aren’t perfect so before I join the boards I was thinking of pushing them through the bench top planer.

- I was reading about hand planes and I am going to look for a big/long “jack” plane from the home center.


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