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· Old Methane Gas Cloud
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Generally, you want to joint one face first. Then joint an edge with the freshly jointed face against the jointer's fence. Next step is to run the board through the planer to true the other side. Lastly, true the remaining edge by ripping it on a table saw.
I will usually take just enough off that last rough edge on the jointer to prevent splinters when ripping to width on the table saw.
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