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Posted on Anyone ever try to work with drift wood?

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David Hacke

75 posts in 868 days


#1 posted 852 days ago

I wouldthink river wood wouldbe better.think sand would be an issue but if it was a stable sound peice of wood I dont see why it would be a problem turning it or resawing it with a bandsaw.could get some pretty wood

-- Dave, Kelso, Washington


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