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Date Posted: 03/ 1/07 15:42:01
Author: JJR2
Subject: Cutting green log into boards

I salvaged the trunk of a maple which was cut down. The log is about 5' by about 18" diameter, and probably has some interesting grain patterns. What would be the best approach to having it milled into rough-cut boards for home air-drying and use in furniture projects? (Houston, TX)

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