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Posted on Removing Wood burn in grooves

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Lazyman

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#1 posted 10-10-2018 03:53 PM


I would wait and see what your results are with the actual wood you will be using. Some species are more prone to burning that others. With the plywood test piece some of the problem might be due to the glue between laminations.

- Kazooman

+1. I didn’t realize that was in plywood. I have had the resin sort of melt and burn like that when using a router bit. The bit will often be covered with the resin afterwards as well. Some of the dark areas on the flat areas might actually just be resin too.

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