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#1 Rule for CUTTING THICK WOODS

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here we go hey you guys what's going on

my name is Mark from woodworker source

and this is a big ol chunk of twelve

quarter cherry what is twelve quarter

mean it's just the fraction that denotes

the thickness of this lumber you've

never heard that term before that just

means it's about three inches thick 12

quarters twelve quarters of an inch

twelve divided by four equals three you

are correct

good job wood like this is big it's

heavy it's a little harder to cut and

sawed and work with because of that so

let's get to some tips so it's really

common to get burns and

less-than-stellar cuts unless you're

using the right blade let me show you

what I mean by demonstrating by making a

couple of rip cuts using a 52 card is

baby right here so this type of blade is