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Avoid tear-out when routing

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Climb cutting

A steady hand for climb cutting

Next, climb-cut the tear-out-susceptible areas. Repeat these steps until you achieve the finished depth of cut. Finally, rout the entire profile in the usual direction to remove any bumps or ridges caused by the jumpy climb cut.

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