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#1 posted 02-04-2018 09:03 PM

Thank you everyone for your time and comments. I ll take the board and batten technique into consideration once the person decides on a design also the moisture content of the wood as well.

AlaskaGuy, I m currently working on a project with birch slabs but, never worked with birch cuts so I have no idea about the glue up as well. I haven t seen any rough lumber for birch either, just slabs. So, maybe that s saying something. Thank you for those articles and next time I m looking for slabs I ll hit that couple/company up. So, thank you for that as well.

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I’m pretty sure there is a saw mill just north of Wasilla the mills birch of various sizes and they make some paneling and flooring too. If I can find out exactly who that is I’ll PM you.

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