January 7, 2020
From Grizzly: Machine Highlights Powered by a 131⁄2 HP Briggs and Stratton® gas engine. Mill logs up to 28" diameter x 22" wide, with a maximum cut thickness of 6".…
January 2, 2020
While you are waiting to buy an 8- or 12-in.-wide jointer that can keep up with your planer, Asa Christiana gives you a few great ways to get flat, straight boards without owning a wide jointer.
November 14, 2019
Jason Stephens has been having trees milled for more than a decade. In this article, he shares what to look for, how to dry the boards, and how to avoid pitfalls when having lumber milled.
October 29, 2019
Peter Follansbee gives a glimpse into his tool kit to show us what's there and why it's important
August 22, 2019
Digital angle cube resting on top of a handplane that spans the width of a board can be an effective way to judge milling progress.
May 30, 2019
Key machines and smart strategy for making boards foursquare
March 19, 2019
Better ways to read grain and make the most of your lumber
February 26, 2018
Sure, sawing by hand will usually take longer than feeding the board through a bandsaw, but unless you have a massive pile to cut, it’s not so bad
January 10, 2017
In this video, Bob Van Dyke shows you how he flattens a board that many would consider too warped to use
December 2, 2016
Old-world exercise hones hand-tool skills
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