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#1 posted 02-23-2019 05:27 PM

Assuming you are going to use a router sled? If so make it very very sturdy so the sled and the rails have ZERO flex. That process creates a lot of chips and is more work than you might imagine. It was fun but after doing a few slabs a couple of years ago I now spend $60 and take the big ones to the mill and let them plane and sand them for me.

-- Andy - Seattle USA


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