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#1 posted 01-09-2013 11:46 PM

I’ve never done it, but I’m fascinated by the topic. I have some red cedars I’m eyeing.

I bought some beech from a local “kid” who cut it into 2” slabs that I used on my bench.

If you read up on safety and the process of milling, why not? I would.

You’ll have to let it dry for quite a while.

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