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buckbuster31

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#1 posted 08-02-2017 01:36 AM


I think you need a jointer.

- Loren

I have a jointer. That has nothing to do with the question posed

- buckbuster31

Loren knows his stuff and gave you good advice. Pretty rude to dismiss it like that. Since you have a jointer, learn to use it. It s the easiest way to ensure clean joints and a perfectly flat surface after glue up.

I d explain in detail, but it has nothing to do with the question posed.

- RichTaylor

I agree, and I wasn’t necessary dismissing. Yes, I have a jointer and yes I know how to use and yes I use it prior to getting a glue line ready. My question, however, was not about the use of a jointer but rather the use of s glue line rip blade to rip thick stock. Nothing more nothing less.


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