|Forum topic by marco2800||posted 07-16-2014 05:38 PM||905 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
07-16-2014 05:38 PM
I am new to the wood working world. I recently scored on a huge lot of red oak, maple, and Alder wood. I paid 500 for the lot. All of the bards are .75 in thickness and range from 4-15” in width, and from 8-14’ in length. Seller also tossed in 3 .25” oak veneer plywood.
I think I did pretty well.
I have only seen hardwood lumber in .750 thickness (HD, Ganahl, Lowes), where can I find .250 and .500 thick boards? Should I just saw the boards in half on the table saw then plane them down? I need to buy a planer/jointer if so…