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10-10-2018, 10:37 PM

Why not use a table saw to do all of it?
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I have used a jointer, but found it to be a pain to keep the fence squared to the table, and it liked to chatter when doing hardwoods, a pain to re-sharped, or replace blades, not to mention more dangerous to operate. Plus my shop is small and it got cramped having both pieces of machinery. I currently use my CNC to square up 2 sides, then drum sand the 2 opposite sides and then a quick pass on the first 2 sides to remove any marks from the CNC cutting.
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