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Posted on Removing Wood burn in grooves

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#1 posted 10-10-2018 04:14 PM

First, I would upgrade to a Whiteside bit, those bits took care of my burning issues.

If you still run into problems, and you’re trying to make these in mass quantity, I’d set up two stages or two routers. One to take out the bulk with a thicker collar and set a little higher. The second one set with the correct collar for the jig and set lower while using a better bit. Make sure you let them cool off between the two stages.

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