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Posted on New woodworker - new planer and jointer - question on cutting board

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SirIrb

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#1 posted 05-15-2015 11:27 AM

This right here.

We had a 43” wide belt in the second shop I worked at and it will make you cry tears of joy. If you find a shop that will run it it will take 5 minutes to knock it down to size and another 5 if you want it finished in a finer grit. Compare this to hours of scraping. I have done that till my fingers burned. Now I know of a shop that has a wide 3 belt sander that takes off .030 in a pass starting at 80 then 120 then 220 grit. it comes out near perfect after a couple of passes.


Or find a cabinet shop with a wide belt sander.

- TheFridge


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