"Tips", from my shop work #10: kerfing to flatten the cupping of a board, for laminating to another surface

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Showing the results of kerfing cupped boards.

I have some cupped flooring boards over 100yrs old, and these boards need to be glued together to make some thick panels, to be laminated to some barn board material, to make a 2” thiock panel to become leg blanks for some benches I’m building.

here is the video explanation.

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