George Vondriska

Board Foot Measure

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George Vondriska provides tips on how to formulate the board foot measure of hardwood so that you can better assess how much wood you’ll need for your woodworking project and better communicate with the salesman when you go to purchase your wood. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video.

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2 Responses to “Board Foot Measure”

  1. Duane Cocking

    National Hardwood Lumber Association says length is to be nearest foot. A lot of retailers measure to the nearest inch. Also purchasers should realize that the thickness of lumber is determined by the rough thickness, not by the finished thickness which will be less. For example, 4 quarters rough thickness is 1 inch, it's finished is 3/4 inches.

  2. Ndahayo

    Your Comment here...I have a problems of money that is way iwant to be well in my future but the problems is that if you can help me you can do

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