ezurick wrote:So I decided that since most of my projects are small, I will use a 3/4" or 1" end mill and shave off around .002 to try and get a better level before each job. What a hassle and what a mess those bigger end mills create. Not all my projects need the precision of thickness. It is mainly on carving I am doing that are small and need accuracy. What do you guys do to handle these erratic thickness of box store boards? If you plane the board... it will come out the same as it was but smaller... both sides and areas sometimes have a .0010 difference or more, which can be critical when etching something. Am I the only one struggling with this?
mtylerfl wrote:Hi Steve,
What brand/model drum sander are you using?
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