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I think it is risky to run end grain board through a planer. I have read where boards have broken apart. Normal situation is tearout on the exit edge.

I have read other posts where folks normal practice is to run end grain board through a planer and they report no major problems, but I think they are playing the odds.

I would want to sand an end grain board. I have only made one, and I happen to have a drum sander, so not a problem for me.
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