If you enjoy making natural edge furniture, you’ll want to learn more about the Woodpeckers Slab Flattening Mill. Norm Reid was one of the first people to get one and discusses its setup and benefits in this first look.
In the past, I’ve flattened slabs by running them through my 16-inch planer and finishing them with hand planes. But some of the best slabs are wider than my planer can accommodate. While I can still finish larger slabs by hand, I was excited when Woodpeckers announced their Slab Flattening Mill and I was quick to put in my order for one.
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