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Mosquito

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#1 posted 11-10-2014 06:59 PM

I mean this in no offensive way, so if it comes across that way it’s not how I mean it. It’s probably a technique issue if you’ve flattened the sole and the iron is square. Realistically even if the iron wasn’t square, it should have the same out of square on both ends.

What size of board are we talking? Maybe where you start the plane causes you to put more pressure on one side, and then how you end on the other end of the board causes you to put pressure on the other?

Other thing is, you’re sure the board itself doesn’t have any twist in the face side? Maybe you’re jointing it straight, but the board itself is twisted…

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