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#1 posted 01-12-2011 12:07 AM

I have walnut and chestnut oak for the deciduous and some type of fir and other coniferous varieties. Being new to the area, I am learning. I know wood grains not trees. I just cut down some chestnut oaks and am interested in buying and using a portable chainsaw mill to produce my own lumber. Has anyone done this and can advise me on what to buy and how to go about drying it for use in furniture? Does it need to be kiln dried as well?

-- Roger, North Carolina


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