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Resaw help

I'm in the McHenry, IL area and am in need of resawing a board 9-1/2" wide into veneers. Any of you with a resaw capacity able to help I would greatly appreciate it.
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I'm in the McHenry, IL area and am in need of resawing a board 9-1/2" wide into veneers. Any of you with a resaw capacity able to help I would greatly appreciate it.
Brian
Welcome wooden horse. I'm in wonder lake.
My bandsaw isn't big enough for that, but thought I'd say hi.

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Dominick, maybe you could help me build a frame saw and the two of us can do it the old fashion way? LOL

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Not sure where that is, but thanks bill.
But wood horse ill send you a PM

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