|Forum topic by praspekt||posted 04-19-2013 03:59 AM||669 views||0 times favorited||1 reply|
04-19-2013 03:59 AM
i got a nice 3’ long piece of mountain ash in the fall, it’s about 14” in diameter, i let it sit for the winter, and today i decided to play with it.. using a chain saw, i cut along the length of the piece in half, kept one half, and with the other one i squared it up as best as i could. it finished off as a 3’ turning blank approx. 6”x6”.. very rough..
what would be the best way to get this to be perfectly square? i thought about putting it through the planer, though i also thought about using the jointer, ban saw? any thoughts?
thanks a lot!!
it’s also relatively wet inside, any recommendations on drying?