For those like me who are still learning jointer technique, and how to
solve certain problems, a good quick read w/ good illustrations:
Good GRIEF that's EXACTLY the article I NEEDED!!!! Because of my own
screwupfoulupmessup in my unlearn-ed thinking, I simply "boughtwood"
that was kiln dried from a dealer and then "rippedit". And lots of the pieces
bowed a little. I will save this article and study it, jointing it all in a few
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