Transforming logs into lumber saves money, but takes patience and skillful technique. Learn about milling trees and jointing and planing your way to square, true stock.
After epoxying a curved part nearly 8' long, I’m stuck wondering how to straighten the messy sides.
It seems like every pine board I buy from the home center soon warps and becomes almost unusable. How can I stop this?
Learn how to mill your own lumber using the Wood-Mizer portable sawmill. WOOD magazine's John
How can I locate a mill in my area—preferably a portable one that can come to my place and cut the logs on-site?
I’m suddenly seeing ripples along edges of boards after I joint them. Because this never used to happen, and I don’t think my technique has changed, I’m at a loss. What’s wrong?
Is it okay to run plywood through a planer?