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Milling Lumber: From Rough to Ready
Milling Lumber: From Rough to Ready
Luke Goodhue
Reap the satisfying rewards of milling your own wood! Confidently navigate your local lumberyard and gain valuable skills for beautiful results on your next project.
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Become a more efficient, accurate woodworker. Build sleds, fences, jigs and cauls that no shop should be without.
Dale Barnard
Dale Barnard
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Unlock the extraordinary versatility of the handheld router to become a more capable, resourceful woodworker.
Paul Anthony
Paul Anthony
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Build your table saw skills to make this essential tool even more valuable. Learn to use your table saw for milling, joinery and even coving.
Kevin  Rodel
Kevin Rodel

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