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Learn How to Cut Planks from A Fallen Tree Like A Pro

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Learn how to mill lumber from a tree; details include felling the tree and cutting the log into planks using a band saw mill.

Ron had enjoyed a 35-year-old Ash tree in his front yard for years, but it had become quite sick over time and his tree expert said that it could not be saved. Ron decided to have the tree removed, but instead of hauling it away or cutting it up for firewood, he decided to have it milled into lumber, so that he could remember his tree by building something useful from its wood.

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