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#1 posted 08-01-2017 08:26 PM

I’m assuming a panel glue up. If standard thickness TS might be ok, but for thick stuff, I tend to like to face the pieces together and run accross jointer together, so if any off at all, they will offset one another and be perfect. (if one is at 90.2 the other would be 89.8 and compensate)

You get up into the 5 & 6/4 stuff and you might get some deflection in that blade. Go a lower tooth count and it will cut, but be a little ragged.

You could do your rough with your blade and finish with a hand plane.

Many ways to skin the cat.

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