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8. Do one last round of fine sanding. Moving into the home stretch, use an orbital sander with up to a 220 grit to finely sand the board. If you have a router, you can route the edge with the bit of your choice, or you can hand sand the edges.

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razumikhin added this to razumikhin's Ideas
October 6, 2013
DIY cutting board
leeker added this to leeker's ideas
June 29, 2013
It`s easy and Terry can use his wood scraps
e741 added this to e741's Ideas
February 6, 2013
Дерево
natosari added this to natosari's ideas
December 1, 2012
тонкая шлифовка
thosmore added this to Thom's Favorites
September 24, 2012
I would run the glued-up boards through the planer prior to sanding & attaching end pieces, but this WOULD get rid of a lot of scrap in the shop.
lthomas1215 added this to craft
September 24, 2012
8. Do one last round of fine sanding. Moving into the home stretch, use an orbital sander with up to a 220 grit to finely sand the board. If you have a router, you can route the edge with the bit of your choice, or you can hand sand the edges.
Arsenal-A added this to aleksey_svetlichniy's ideas
September 23, 2012
Мебель из клееных реек
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