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Posted on End grain cutting boards. Comments and ideas?

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#1 posted 07-27-2016 04:46 PM

I just use cauls to get it as flat as possible then put in my time with the ROS. I’ve briefly considered using the planer, but would be out a very nice tool were I to damage my planer and just don’t have the funds to fix any unnecessary damage.

A guy on YouTube (i believe mtmwood) has a video in which he specifically demonstrates how he runs his end grain boards through the planer as well as methods discussed above. This man makes some amazing cutting boards, his channel is worth a look.

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