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Lazyman

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#1 posted 02-21-2017 01:47 AM

To make sure that we understand the problem, are you saying that you glue up strips that are flat with parallel sides, joint and plane the glued up board to ensure that it is flat a flat and parallel and then cross cut them into strips (the rows) ? Are you saying that these cross cut rows are thicker in the middle of their length or are you saying that when you turn them end grain up, they are thicker in the middle of their lengths?

Or did I completely misunderstand?

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