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It’s a wonder you didn’t see that front edge get mangled at such a thin setting - I assume you crept up to your final thickness ever so slowly? I use a sled on my planer to make 1/4” panels - will be giving this a try. Very pretty pieced of work you made there....

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Very classy Frank. Before you deliver it tell her you want pizza for dinner then surprise her with it.
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I hate to admit it but the idea, including the jig, came from a woodworking magazine.

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That looks great Frank. When will the pizza be ready?

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Very nice.
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I hate to admit it but the idea, including the jig, came from a woodworking magazine.

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...but the magazine didn't make it.
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Looks good Frank
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Don't you love it when you get just the results to plan for? Not only very functional, but great-looking too.
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