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    Default First time tiling on Desktop

    I think I know the answer, but I want to reassure myself. I'll be tiling in the "y" axis with 3 tiles. I will be using 3 different bits on the project. Do I make all of the cuts on each tile? Pocket, V-Carve and profile on T1 then move my material and do the same on T2, then T3? Thanks in advance.

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    It's more time consuming with the changes of the bits, BUT less chance of a screwup too.
    That's the way I would do it.
    I'd definitely skim spoilboard first, and make Very sure the material is firmly Flat against spoilboard each time I moved material accurately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottp55 View Post
    It's more time consuming with the changes of the bits, BUT less chance of a screwup too.
    That's the way I would do it.
    I'd definitely skim spoilboard first, and make Very sure the material is firmly Flat against spoilboard each time I moved material accurately.
    Thanks Scott,
    I just surfaced my spoilboard and using a roller stand. I also plan to use indexing dowels.

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    Then you're good to go Mike
    I was nervous as heck both the first And second time
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