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Posted on Woodpecker plywood damage repair thoughts and the correct tool

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#1 posted 02-13-2019 02:13 PM

Have you thought of an oscillating tool? I’ve found them very useful for precise cutting with a very thin kerf for softer woods. I would think it would be much simpler than trying to use a roto-zip to make the cut.
This one is $70 at lowes, though I’m not a fan of C-man or this type of battery tools, but the price for the specific job makes sense.

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