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Wood discussion

Where to use it? How to store it? What types are best? How to mill it? Where to get it? What's the best finish for it?

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  1. Substitute for mahogany

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  2. Wood offcuts and scrap

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  3. Meyer Lemon Wood

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  4. Milling my own wood

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  5. Using Renshape

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  6. great wood combos

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  7. finish for wood

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  8. Ammoniated water

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  9. Avocado wood

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  10. Birch Plywood

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  11. Hobby Mill

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