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SJThrasher

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#1 posted 07-03-2020 01:18 PM

SMP: super aromatic when sanding and cutting. Strong scent of “Pine”.

Bond: thanks for that. I’ve come to the conclusion that it must be some sort of pine.

Bill: sandpaper is cheap. I didn’t think about soaking it, I just put a new sheet on the roll. I cut off the good ends and will use them for rough sanding.

For everybody, thanks for the replies. The thing that threw me is that this wood is very hard (I’m sure there is a device to measure this, but I don’t have one in my shop) and super heavy. I’ve never come across pine that felt like this.


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