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#1 posted 01-23-2020 04:43 PM



Kind of looks like your stock is near the pith or sapwood, I d try to cut a dado through the crack with a router bit slightly larger and then try to find a piece of scrap with similar color and grain to “patch” the dado. If that is still looking like crap,you can try a contrasting woos and repeat the pattern on each corner…. if it s still looking bad… keep this one for yourself or a family gift and start over…

- ChefHDAN

+1 if you can find a piece to match the grain it should dissapear.

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