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Date Posted: 06/19/18 15:32:51
Author: Sankar (Padhmanabhan)
Subject: Re: Chess board planing/sanding
In reply to: Todd 's message, "Re: Chess board planing/sanding" on 06/19/18 11:36:32

Thank you for the suggestion. I basically put all boards together and nailed in strips around the corner. That held them in place after which I ran hand held belt sander. It was a new tool, so there was some learning curve.

>Sorry for those typos.
>
>"You can make a jig to hold the assembled board
>together as you sand it. That way, you sand the whole
>thing as a unit and you are not sanding each of the 4
>pieces separately".

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