How To Store For Lumber – Woodworking Initiatives

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This video is about selecting lumber for a few of your woodworking tasks. I selected to work with Poplar wooden for this undertaking which is a pleasant hardwood that’s straightforward to work with an appears nice. We additionally use birch and cherry. I hope this video helps clarify a number of the lumber choices and phrases you will see and listen to when purchasing for lumber on your subsequent undertaking.

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elan really says:

You may know a lot about putting cabinets together, etc. But painting over poplar is a sin. I mean, it's crazy. If you're going to paint over wood use high quality plywood.

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Robert Hiday says:

nice. helpful. thanks.

Victor Dankanych says:

Thank for a video! Can you recommend some local lumber yards ? I'm from Philadelphia

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Welded Work says:

Thanks for sharing your knowledge about lumber. –Joel

AlfFisher says:

   Познавательно, спасибо за видео. Ждем продолжения 🙂
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Nick Ferry says:

It's always good to choose wood wisely, it's not like that stuff grows on trees. <—- my attempt at humor
Nice video Jon.

Bid Budy says:

Great video as always!
How much are you paying per BF for your poplar and cherry?

Edgar Rivera says:

Jon,
Because of your wood project videos and your use of poplar, you're the reason I have started using it too. I finally went to go buy some 1×4 and 1×2 to make a face frame. Bought it at H.D surprisingly they're all straight and good (at least from that day I went). Next time I think it will be less expensive to just get a 1x6x8 and cut it into my desired size in my garage.
Thank you Jon for your videos. Really appreciate them. And the info.

E.Rivera

Ryan Yon says:

i like using plywood it's less expensive than real wood although the grain on real wood looks nice QUESTION: could you show different joints you can use for furniture building thanks

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