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Yep, thickness sanders for final dimensioning. Not that I have one. What I do have is an address for a local place that'll let me rent time on their sander, so look around fine cabinetmaking shops and such.

Many people use wagner safe-T planers for rough stock thicknessing, or even router thickensser sleds, or drill-press mounted sander-thicknessers. All work, each has it's own advantages and disadvantages.

Of course, there's always the traditional way: a well-tuned, sharp hand plane.

This said, most vendors of back/side sets will thickness them for you for a modest fee.

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