Q: Variance in Plywood thickness

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Yes, how can you expect an automated process to compete in a world of hand built cars, hand built electronics, ect.

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You are kidding, right? They consistintly get 3/4 to 23/32. Why not get it to 3/4???

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Quite the act of cooperation, they all make it small. As Swingman says, bend over and take it like a man.

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30 years from now 3/4 plywood will measure just enough larger than 5/8 so you won't be able to make a single pass with a 5/8 router bit.

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