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I've got a sizeable piece of Alaskan Yellow Cedar - about 8" x 10" and maybe 10 feet long. It's rough sawn. I've contemplated cutting it up into shorter lengths and then into usable wood for future projects, but not sure about what size, or whether I should even bother until I have a specific need. I could cut and mill it down into say 4" x 4" blanks for later cutting into thinner/narrower pieces, but then I'm not sure about what length to cut. Syren Ship Model Company sells pre-cut pieces, mostly only 14" long, and I'm not sure if 14" is because all they had were short pieces of wood, or 14" is more than versatile for anything you do. Any advice?
Does anyone use the "Chopper or Chopper II ? I need to make many small miter and angle cuts and the saw is to large.