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Old January 22, 2013, 08:06 PM   #4
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Single-line cutter recommended.

There are spacers as well as multi-line cutters, designed to make the job look even and keep the lines parallel.
If you decide to do this work on your piece, I'd suggest a single line cutter and work slowly. If you go with a multi-line cutter, you wil have to define and match, your existing spacing and will have less control. Once you start, you will see what I mean. ....

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