Master woodworker George Vondriska shows you how to avoid sanding through the veneers on your woodworking projects by using a router to trim edge bands. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video.
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i was thing he was going to use a flush trim bit, but i love to know more than one way to skin a cat (wood).
I made the jig and it works just as described as long as the edge bands are not on all 4 sides. I make a lot of decorative cutting boards and like to attach the edge bands on all sides; then proceed to trim the edge bands. I think I will need to do just 2 sides and use the jig and then glue the other 2 sides and use the jig for them. LMK if I am missing something. Thank you. Wilson
Why not just use a flush trim bit?
Hello. You could do that as well.