I got my bander up and running. It does great with single sided banding. I am looking at banding slab doors with 3mm tape. I am getting ears sticking up on the second side where the banding overlaps the banding from the first side. What is the best way to clean up these corners? I am thinking maybe a small router?
From contributor H:
Depending on the age and technology of your machine, you may be able to fine tune the end trimmer, but if it cannot be tuned in without damaging the other edge, then a small radius bit in a router is the way to go. I am assuming that your bander is putting a radius on the top and bottom. If not, then a straight bit will be the one to use. My E-P 9 Cehisa trims top and bottom with a radius and after banding two opposite sides, I band the two ends and follow up with the router. If you are going to be doing quantity, you can find a used copy router that will do this even better and faster.