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Posted on Need help repairing cutting board

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#1 posted 12-04-2018 08:17 PM

IMO I would go back to the TS, cut those joints apart and re-glue the board either doing smaller pieces and then joining them, or using cauls to ensure the glue-up was flat. I’ve been there and done that, I think the re-glue is faster than trying to flatten with a belt sander. As for the chip out, I’d consider re-dimension-ing the piece to just cut out the flaw. Don’t worry about your mistakes, we all make them, the skill comes from learning what to do next…

-- I've decided 1 mistake is really 2 opportunities to learn.. learn how to fix it... and learn how to not repeat it

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