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Re: Exactly. Holding the
Posted by Laszlo on Mar 28, 2007
Charlie wrote: "...and they won't match up correctly to the mating edge either"
That's why God gave us epoxy putty. It fills in all sins of the wobbly type.
If anyone is squeamish, they can either use a belt sander with fine grit or a manual sanding block with coarse grit (okoume is soft). Or the beloved block plane. Or a shinto rasp.
Whatever you choose, errors can be easily fixed and the tolerances aren't all that critical. Remember, this is stitch & glue, not joinery.
In Response to: Exactly. Holding the by Charlie Jones on Mar 28, 2007