Milling Lumber, from Rough to Finish

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Wood doesn’t come straight and square from the tree or from the lumberyard. Milling your stock flat and square is the first job on the road to a successful project. It requires sharp blades and a keen mind, using your wits while keeping all your fingers. Learn how to use your band saw, jointer, and planer to accurately mill your stock. See how to read a board before buying it, how to turn twisted wood into useful lumber, and how to mill out defects to maximize your yield.

For more information visit http://www.northwestwoodworking.com/courses/7

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