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Rough Lumber Wheeling WV

Looking for Rough Lumber in Wheeling? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Wheeling that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Rough Lumber in Wheeling.

Nau Do it Best Hardware
(304) 242-7444
1066 E Bethlehem Blvd
Wheeling, WV
Ace Hardware
(304) 230-0000
1239 Warwood Ave
Wheeling, WV
Al Lorenzi Building Products
(740) 635-9000
54382 National Road
Bridgeport, OH
Mcnear True Value Hardware
(740) 676-9579
4113 Central Ave
Shadyside, OH
Ked's Ace Hardware
(304) 845-1400
134 Lafayette Ave
Moundsville, WV
Lou W Nau, Inc
(304) 242-6311
69 Edgington Lane
Wheeling, WV
(304) 238-2000
2801 Chapline Street
Wheeling, WV
M-SA 7 am - 9 pm
SU 8 am - 8 pm

Ferry Hardware
(740) 633-3053
6 S Zane Highway
Martins Ferry, OH
Mt. Pleasant Building Products
(740) 769-2606
St.rt. 150
Mount Pleasant, OH
Kmart 3325 / Cross Merch
(740) 695-5464
Unit 800 67800 Mall Rd
St Clairsvle, OH
Store Hours
Store Type
Monday To Friday Working Hours is :8-22 and for Sat:8-22
Store Features
Monday To Friday Working Hours is :8-22 and for Sat:8-22

Joint Rough Lumber with a Planer - Techniques - American Woodworker

Joint Rough Lumber with a Planer

I came across some wonderful oak boards for a small table I wanted to build. The problem was the boards were too wide for my jointer and I didn't want to rip them any narrower. I solved my dilemma with this planer sled that allows me to use my planer as a jointer. The trick is to keep the board from rocking during planing. A wood shim under the high corner is all it takes. I add hot-melt glue to the shim and all four corners of the board to keep them from shifting on the sled during planing. Once I have one side planed flat I take the board off the sled, flip it over and plane the other side. The boards for my table were only 4-ft. long and the sled is about 6-in. longer. This technique works equally well for longer boards although you will need a longer sled and you may need additional shims along the sides.


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