|Forum topic by dcase84||posted 08-15-2015 02:11 AM||607 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
08-15-2015 02:11 AM
For my next project coming up I will be laminating stainless steel and/or aluminum coil stock to relatively thin lumber (.25”-.375”).
Due to complicated dimensions I plan to have a punch made so I can punch out steel from coil stock to its final dimensions. This will be far easier than attempting to cut to the final size after lamination.
Only one problem, the wood I’m laminating to will be over-sized. Any suggestions for trimming this flush? I don’t think I can use a flush trim bit, the second it even rubs the stainless it would be toast.
Overall dimensions are approximately 4” square, and up to 3/8” thickness. My coil stock will not exceed .02”