Slabbing a Big Red Oak with my Dad

Over Thanksgiving weekend, my dad and I spent some time together getting this large red oak log up onto my mill, sliced up, and stacked to dry.

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  1. Matt, Why are the cuts when slabbing so thick? Does that have to do with the finished size? Seems you lose board feet in the long run.

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