If the bearing edge/top of snare is not flat...

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  1. Balance

    Balance Well-Known Member

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    You can use any table that looks remotely flat. After you placed the bare bearing edge on the table find the areas around the bearing edge that contain gaps. Simply turn the snare, if the gaps are in the same position on the table then it's the table not being flat in that area, but if the gaps are moving with the snare as you turn it then it's on the bearing edge.
     
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    Balance Well-Known Member

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    You're the first person to actually answer the original question, thanks!
     
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    If a router is too aggressive, it is for me, you can use files.
     

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