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Posted by Robert May on January 7, 2003 03:28:50 UTC

If you really have a Turned Up Edge then the problem is easily solved by doing a gentle working of the edge to bring it down.
Don't use a lot of force as the edge will wear back quickly and you will end up with a ragged edge if you press hard.
A wide chordal stroke is what is needed and a lot of testing to insure that you don't go too far.
If you have a Turned Down Edge then the ROC for the edge zone is further than the desired value and that is going to be some thing else to fix.

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