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Posted on Avoiding tearout on a jointer

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Roper

1350 posts in 2316 days


#1 posted 1849 days ago

the first thing i would check is to make sure your out feed table is set correctly, just a little higher then your in feed side. also if it is the wood grain that is giving you problems just leave the board a little long and trim it after it is jointed.

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