In my line of woodworking, I often must cut thin strips of wood, down to 1/16″ thickness.
These strips need to be absolutely uniform thickness and they need a perfect glue surface, as they are glued between wider boards and any defects are readily visible.
I have a system for doing this, but I am always on the lookout for improvements.
I’m just wondering how different people handle this task successfully.
Edited 12/20/2004 3:01 pm ET by Matthew Schenker