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|Thread: Melamine Faced Chipboard|
I had to cut up one sheet for a bookcase. At first I used a jigsaw then with a hand-mire saw and finally finished off using a table saw. All seemed to chip to a varying degrees.
I decided to use this material is cheap and I’m a novice it seemed an ideal material to start with and learn skills on how use router and other tools and gain experience while completing projects around the house. I am thinking of using MDF instead but was a bit worried about the dust creates what with having kids who can help but mess.
Thanks for all the tips.
As i am newbie to woodwork,well since school way back i was younger and then i only half made a chair (four legs) and some sort of abstract insect.
Can anyone give me a tip on cutting Melamine Faced Chipboard with out it the edges chipping?
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