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#1 posted 03-31-2018 02:10 PM

I use 36 grit paper in my sander for those initial passes. It doesn’t clog as easily and really speeds up the initial flattening.

Typically I’ll use a handheld belt sander (60 grit) to knock down the squeeze out so it will sit level on the DS. Dried glue can be quite damaging to steel planer blades.

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