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Ever think about making your own veneer? Well I’m gonna show you how! Its really not that hard and the benefits are worth the extra effort. Making your own veneer is a great way to conserve high quality material. If you have a one-of-a-kind piece of figured wood, why not slice it up and use it in three or four projects instead of just one? So fire up the bandsaw cause we’re cutting our own veneer!
General Blade Recommendation
1/2″ – 3/4″ blade with 3-4 Teeth Per Inch, Hook Configuration (big gullets) and minimal set.
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