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Posted on NorCal East Bay - need to borrow 16" planer. Cutting board

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#1 posted 09-30-2017 04:24 AM

I know people run in grain cutting boards through planers but not mine. If something goes wrong it could damage the board and the planer.
I d look for someone with a drum or wide belt sander and preferably the wide belt. Yes you can call me chicken if you want. :)

- AlaskaGuy

No no, I don t want to run an endgrain through the planer. I know that s a no no.

I need to run an Edge grain. Just a regular cutting board. It s two wide for my 13” and the old 16” I restored needs 3 phase that I don t have yet. I need these cutting boards square and flat cuz I plan to cut them into strips and then rotate them, making an end grain board.

Like this below

- PatrickIrish

Miss read, I though I saw end grain

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