|Forum topic by Rafe Demers||posted 04-13-2013 02:17 AM||720 views||0 times favorited||1 reply|
04-13-2013 02:17 AM
My father recently cut up some 6-8 inch mountain ash logs for me and I found that they have some beautiful spalting and was curious on the best methods for prepping these for some short boards and turning projects. They have been drying on the ground for almost 2 years. Any tips on when to cut them into boards/turning blanks? I planned on sealing the ends with anchor seal and moving them into a shed but wanted to get some opinions. Any info on turning green stock would be welcome too. The majority will me used as walking stick and cane handles but since I started turning I think there could be some other projects for this material.
-- Rafe Demers