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    :D You're a swell guy, you know that?

    :D You're a swell guy, you know that?
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    Thanks for the input so far. My concern with...

    Thanks for the input so far.

    My concern with sanding is that it will melt the pad. We've used the same plastic for machining other parts and used a belt sander to deburr the ends, and it always...
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    I've never heard of a Daniels Planer, but it...

    I've never heard of a Daniels Planer, but it sounds similar to what we had. Ours was made in Denmark and was probably new in the 1950's or early 60's. Before we found that, we used an old worn out...
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    We opted not to fix the old machine because to...

    We opted not to fix the old machine because to took too long to surface a pad, compared to the cost of a replacement pad.
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    My biggest concern with a CNC router is that...

    My biggest concern with a CNC router is that operator skill and maintenance would be higher. Typically these pads were cut by shop help. If we had other jobs to do on a router (which we might), it...
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    Flatness and parallelism would depend on the...

    Flatness and parallelism would depend on the customers application, but anywhere from +/- .010 to +/-.050. The dies will flex a little, but it's best that they don't. In most cases, the bottom will...
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    Large Plainer and Jointer Limitations

    Many of our customers use hydraulic cut-out machines that use steel-rule-dies (like cookie cutters) to cut through leather and other materials into big red or white plastic cutting pads that I...
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