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Hi,

I am using a jointer fence of polyethylene. The out-fence is 1 mm proud of the in-fence and I am using a 19 mm bit. It seems that the jointed face is concave and that I am removing more from the middle of the wood than from the ends.

When there is sufficient past the bit I keep the pressure against the out-fence and down and release the pressure from the in side of the bit. As more goes past the bit I spread the pressure along the out-fence. What am I doing wrong?

Any help would be appreciated.
 

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reible said:
If the bit is high to the out-feed this is what happens. I would check again the out-feed to bit alignment. If you are using a flushtrim bit make sure the bearing is just isolated in relationship to the out-feed. This is the same thing that happens to jointer/planners (machines).

Ed
Sorry, I should have said that I had isolated the bearing to the out-feed.

Garry
 
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