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Old 10-08-2002, 01:46 AM
william rogers william rogers is offline
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The Burlwood is very thin veneer backed by a thicker layer of laminated wood witch is glued to the alum. I have cut it with a fine blade in a jeweler's saw . I cut it slightly large then worked it to size with a fine file and dressed the edge with 400 grit wet and dry sand paper using a sanding block.However the piece's I cut were much shorter and I am a retired silver smith and have experence with these tools.and I found it very hard to work with.
If you are not used to doing this type close work I would suggest looking for a shop that dose custom interior work or someone with this type skill level..........
William Rogers.......
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