Robbinsdale Maple Offcut [Making sure the saw still cuts wide]

After having taken my sawmill apart to paint it, I wanted to make sure everything went back together correctly and is still calibrated. I saved this offcut from a log I cut about a year ago so I would be able to make a wide test cut to verify the saw still cuts consistently.

Slabbing the Robbinsdale Maple:

https://www.mattcremona.com/making-lumber/slabbing-the-robbinsdale-maple

Building the Sawmill:

https://www.mattcremona.com/making-lumber/bandsaw-mill-build/bandsaw-mill-build-introduction

Plans for the Sawmill: https://www.mattcremona.com/shop/plans/wide-cut-bandsaw-mill-plans

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