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#1 posted 01-30-2018 01:26 PM

I usually just google “Board Foot calculator”, click on the first result, then plug the numbers in.

Most of the time I go with Captain Klutz s method, but sometimes I want to know the price of a project before buying anything.

- Walker

I use this one a lot when comparing prices between one who sells by board foot and one who just sells the board for a flat price or linear foot.

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