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Unlike the much harder white ash, hackberry will yield to carving tools if you like its look. To tackle it, try these tips:
- Deeper bevels of 25-30 degrees will cut better in rough-in work. Then switch to 15-20 degree bevels for finer cuts.
- Avoid splinters along straight grain by taking shorter strokes and using stop cuts.
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