Getting a cleaned out V bit groove

Interesting, I’ll have to give that a try.

The only place I end up with a bit of a messy spot is at the very bottom of the groove, it’s like occasionally the final passes don’t QUITE overlap, so it leaves a tiny bit of fuzzies right in the bottom of the groove. I usually use a toothpick to rake them out, and they come out nice and clean, but it’s a bit of a pain. If I could avoid that entirely, it’d be nice.

A buddy of mine said he reruns anything vcarved since they are mostly pretty quick and it cleans up all the fuzzies made by vcarving…

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