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Charlie

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#1 posted 05-05-2012 05:00 PM

If you’re going to do something like face frames (for example…. since I have a lot of them to do) would you feed a 10ft board through? Or would you rough size it to lengths, plane it, and then finish size it?

I have a stack of maple, straight line ripped one edge, random widths and in 8 and 10 foot lengths. I work alone so I was thinking about trying to get the material into “easier to handle” sizes before planing. Good idea? Bad idea?

thanks


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