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HOW TO SAND CROSSCUTS
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Tip #102
How to Sand Crosscuts

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Description:
The surface of stock exposed by a saw cut across the grain can be smoothed by sanding. Such smoothing can be readily done on surfaces up to 1" x 10" areas using MARK V set in Disc Sander position.

Note: If support table is positioned so that down-turning side of paper is used, maximum width accommodated will be less than 6". If table is raised to use cross-moving section, stock 10" wide and 1" thick can be sanded. Wider stock is sanded by using miter gauge and sliding work across disc.

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Use:
Sanding crosscut surfaces is done to prepare stock for joining. It is also done to produce a "finished" surface.

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