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Re: Table from beetle kill pine.
« on: September 17, 2019, 02:20:28 pm »
great looking surfacing jig using the router looks very effective


Thanks.   It is a router sled made to flatten large pieces of wood.    Got the idea from you tube.   Made this one from angle iron.   

I was wondering if you had a planner to do the boards before putting together. 

So you saying you used the router to do that?

Yep the router sits in that sled and you run it with a planer bit in it.    You cut about an inch at a time and then move it to the next spot.     if you look at the picture real close you can see some faint lines from running the router back and forth to get it flat. 
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