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#1 posted 01-20-2019 07:11 PM

Yes this is good practice tosneak up to your final thickness . Starting with rough sawn the first pass over the jointer and through the planer is to get a look at what I’m working with. So the whole surface doesn’t need to be perfectly flat end to end.
I like to get the the humps down and look for anything interesting or unique.
Any boards with big twists or crooks get cross cut from the start. It’s a sign that should not be ignored

-- Aj


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