RE: [MedievalSawdust] Digest Number 860
- I will reduce the thickness of modern "two by" material for the same reason. At 1.25 inches thick people realize that it isn't the same as other pine furniture.Jamie Blackrose-----Original Message----->In another forum some one posted that he planed down
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Subject: Re: [MedievalSawdust] Digest Number 860
>modern timber to make it more "Medieval". Is this
>worth it ? or will it just look like messy modern
If he's actually planing it, it should look like very
nice modern (or medieval) timber when he's done with
it. If it doesn't he should re-examine his technique.
With a sharp well tuned plane and scrapers you can
make a piece of wood feel perfectly smooth and all but
What he may mean is that when he's using modern two-by
stock he's plaining it down so it doesn't scream, "I'm
a 2x8!" Whenever I do a quickie project out of such
materials I try to take enough wood off of both sides
to remove the rounded corners. (I usually use the
electric planer for this not so satisfying task.)
- --- Joseph Paul <josephnjody@...> wrote:
> I will reduce the thickness of modern "two by"I have used 2x10 or 2x12 for various pieces
> material for the same reason.
> At 1.25 inches thick people realize that it isn't
> the same as other pine
> Jamie Blackrose
of furinture. Sometimes I just trim off the
rounded edges, sometimes a plane the whole thing
down to remove the rounded edges.
On the whole a 2x10 or 2x12 is ( at least in my
area ) yellow pine and a better quality wood than
the 1x whatever shi....cra...ummmm stuff that is out
I've even ripped a 2x12 into 2x2's to get better
wood for tent poles that is available as an off
the rack 2x2.
yellow pine is a good wood to work with for
most things. So long as it's not for A&S...
Why not pine?
Baron Conal O'hAirt / Jim Hart
Aude Aliquid Dignum
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