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#1 posted 02-20-2012 03:47 AM

It is a different way to work, setting a fine cut and then shaving to the edge and face gauge lines. I hope when you give it a try that you’re freed of a jig mindset. Only reason I say this is because it is liberating to have such fine control with a tool while using it. When you’re to the marks, simply stop.

Good luck!

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