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Posted on I always seem to crown with my jointer

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#1 posted 383 days ago

That is a very common problem. Plane a hollow into the stock with stop shavings. Start about an inch in from the end and finish about an inch from the far end. Take several stop shavings depending on how much of a hump you have. Once you have a hollow, one or two full length shavings will give you a flat edge.

A slightly hollow edge is much better than a hump!

Jonathan

-- “It’s good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end.” Ursula K. LeGuin


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