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#1 posted 02-03-2018 01:48 AM



I don t. I want the pieces to match up perfectly and if I sanded them, there is a risk that they would not be perfectly flat, so they would not match up. You could joint them, I suppose, or sand them on a large disk to ensure they are flat. Doing nothing, though, is easier and the pieces must match perfectly. They are mirror images of the same cut.

- gwilki

Well said.

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