Why do you need them particularly dry?
Once they have dried out to touch can you not use them? as most srinkage us a cross the grain.
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- Wed Oct 21, 2020 10:40 pm
- Forum: Woodworking
- Topic: Guesstimate on drying time of 47mm pine (details inside)
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- Forum: Power Tools and Machinery
- Topic: Just starting out and need table saw advice
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I have a screwfix titan which is no cabinet makers saw But for £100 new it's pretty decent. The fence although only fixed at one end is fairly substantial and the track it runs in is full width - about a meter. The cross cut slider is poor with plenty of slack. I just adjust for the slack making sur...
Hi i I would base you design on a no4 plane most common size.... It's a general purpose smoothing plane. I'd make you plane 300mm long and 75mm wide 12mm either side of a 50mm blade. You could carve it from a solid block or laminate it from three pieces. Beech or oak I would suggest for weight. Chee...