Astounding, Steve. How thin a flitch will it do at that quality?
It must thrust the material laterally against the fence as well, eh?
Will the inserts index themselves when rotated? Or does it go back to
the manufacturer for an insert change?
In that picture I can see lines parallel to the long edges. Are they
noticable in real life too? My griz spiral does that, but they're
only noticable when looking at the right angle in a favorable light.
and a regular head leaves ripples. because it cuts without tearout and lasts a
log time between rotating the cutters. plus it does endgrain great. Plus it is
very easy to change the cutters. You don't have to re setup your machine.
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