Straighten boards. No jointer. No jig.

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If you're buying lumber from the mill or the lumber yard, the wood usually has rough edges that need to be straightened. This can be a challenge for a woodworker who doesn't have all the toys yet. Luckily, you can get PERFECT edges on the roughest board with just a jack plane and a common table-saw. It's an easy technique and it helps you progress at a woodworker. Best of all, you can put off buying a bulky, noisy, expensive jointer.

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