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#1 posted 11-17-2012 07:41 PM

Good video, I had to laugh cause it looked like me a few times except I was doing it by myself. A good example of pushing the limits and hope for the best.

Get your saw, set it up, start sawing, if you do not like what it is doing then look for upgrades then. Make your own resaw fence clamp it down on both sides and when your done take it off. Get several of the smaller blades for radius and curved work and enjoy….. To me buying 12/4 material is more expenise per board foot if your just going to resaw it down to 4/4 boards. Everytime I have bought thicker lumber the cost per b.f. is higher. One would think it would be a little cheaper cause it is less time, fewer cuts….. All of this advice from a Lazyboy with my feet up in the air drinking coffee…... Enjoy…..

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