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    Peter De Smidt's Avatar
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    Fond du Lac, WI, USA

    Re: Wood suppliers?

    Quote Originally Posted by John Jarosz View Post
    Oh come on. Everyone knows it's from dashboards from alien spacecraft that crashed in area 51.

    Seriously, while Woodcraft and Rocklers have very nice high quality wood, they are usually hideously expensive compared to wood suppliers. Kettle Moraine Hardwood is also a good source just south of Milwaukee.

    Yes, and there's one north of Milwaukee by Slinger. The selection and prices are much better than at Rockler's, Woodcraft's, or home improvement stores. They'll also rip an edge or flatten a side for you for very little extra. That's why I recommended the poster try to find a local mill.
    "Why can't we all just get along?" President Dale, Mars Attacks

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    Re: Wood suppliers?

    If your near Burbank Swaner Hardwood.

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    Winona, Minnesota

    Re: Wood suppliers?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Watkins View Post
    I'm not joking but I heard that Deardorf used to buy old pianoes at auctions and use the mahogany for cameras. It would certainly have been well seasoned.
    During prohibition, Deardorff bought bar tops for some of his wood.

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