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Re: More details on the method under consideration

John in NM
I think that grain orientation is your best bet, and probably not too hard to make. I would probably figure on using a router myself, but if you're using Jarrah I doubt even new bits would hold up to making 4 of them. From that point of view, I think Bill is right that a plane and sandpaper would be best, though I'm sure I don't know how I'd hold it.

Could you make 4 on a lathe? Glued with paper between and turned into a tube, then split apart again?

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