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Rather than keep trying I plan to re-cut the piece. I'm glad that's an option for you as it's generally the best course of action in such a situation. Although sometimes one can remove warp successfully there's no guarantee it won't try to return. Anyone have any suggestions on how I can keep it from developing another twist as the wood dries out after ...


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You don't mention the rough dimensions of the piece, or whether it is hard or soft or in-between. It's possible, of course. This was how wood was brought into the shop and then resawn or already rough sawn. There is a whole practice of preparing stock for actual use with hand tools. As you've noticed, sandpaper is not the right tool. Sandpaper isn't for ...


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