Publication date: 2018-06-03 14:01
Just commenting about the picture of cutting the wood on the table saw. The way shown is incorrect and dangerous. You always want the small cut to be on the open side of the blad, not trapped between the blade and fence.
Hi Giannis! It 8767 s hard to answer that question because depending on where you go, the boards come in different lengths. You need about 55ft of wood total. You can get 7 x 9s here in 8 foot, 65 foot, 67 foot, 66 foot lengths. Which does your store have? Honestly I 8767 d take the cut list to the store with you and have someone there help you out based on the board lengths. If I give you the cuts for 8 foot boards, you could go to the store and only 65 foot boards are available and then it 8767 s no help 😀
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How did you cut the boards? For example did you cut one board , 95 and 66?
Can you provide me with the exact cutting per board?