I have used what I call bathroom paneling. It comes in 4'x8' sheets and is in the paneling section at the big box. It's not as good as a regular dry erase board but I think it would work better than melamine.
The milling hasn't been too bad so far. All I'll really shooting for is knocking off the corners if there's any real twist, and doing a very rough flattening. I've also only done 3/14 boards, so I may still change my tune. 😉
The snow tires are pretty much impossible to drive without in the winter here. We get so much freezing rain and black ice conditions that you'd be stuck at home all the time without them. Obviously they're useful in the snow too, but that's only an issue maybe a day a week... I just wish they didn't live in the space I'm using for a shop.
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I found a new saw today and just as I was about to pay, I looked over to the book shelf and saw this. From what i've read so far, it focuses on Marc's personal experience with the tools. It'll be great to have a resource that focuses on the experience of using tools and hopefully speed up some of my processes. I'm looking forward to using both!
I have paths in my attic all the way around the vaulted ceiling great room . Plywood across 2x4's stretching through the trusses. 2 sets of attic stairs, lights on switches and shelves all over the place !