I made 21 pcs of 15/16" outside trim (L) w/ a 1/4" roundover, & 21 pieces of
inside 1/2" x 1/2" trim (}) w/ a 3/8" bead bit, all on a TS out of 7 spruce
2x4s. Why did some lengths of rip cuts on the TS end up very furry, as most
BTW, when is a rip a rip and a re-saw a resaw?
and if you saw to length its a crosscut. (though technically a rip is
along the grain while a crosscut is across it.) Not sure how this
applies to plywood. I guess you can use the same terms with plywood if
the faces align with each other.
P.S. Stay away from those furious cuts! They never turn out right.
"Then said I, Wisdom [is] better than strength: nevertheless the poor
man's wisdom [is] despised, and his words are not heard." Ecclesiastes 9:16
There are many factors. For example, if you take several samples of
wood from the same stock you'll find different moisture content. Make
sure your stock is square and always flat against the fence when
ripping. Do a complete TS tuneup. Resaw refers to making thinner
pieces of wood out of thicker pieces.
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