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07-02-2014 08:15 PM

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Hi. I’ve followed lumberjocks for a while now and really like all the knowledge and information on this site. But now I backed myself into a corner. While building a double tumble cutting board ( http://lumberjocks.com/SPalm/blog/23574) I have differences in my blocks. I glue each of my pieces together to from a hexagon. Now when I lay them and their side with a straight edge, I have very small differences. How can I cut them to make them equal? It would have to be base off the center point. The differences are so small but when two come together it adds up. When I dry fit it together I’m not happy so any help or ideas would be appreciated. (please for give grammar and spelling, under the influence of pain killers after back surgery. will not use saw it off meds just planning ahead.)

Thanks Dale


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