Removing warp from a door with heat.

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Rwe2156

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LOL. This isn't the first time something has ended up in the burn pile.

This was an arched door that I forgot to check for flatness in the clamps.
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But my point is that depending on the part and stage of a project, it is quicker to make a new one than correct an issue. Even though you may have hours invested, if the fix isn't going well, learn when to cut your losses and start over.
 

mbromley

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I've been there all too often and I completely agree. Sometimes its best to accept it, learn from your mistake, and make a new one that's better.
 
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