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Rough lumber thicknesses are
measured in 1/4-in. increments.
The thinnest rough-cut boards,
labeled 4/4, and called four quarter,
are 1-in. thick.
It’s tough to get surfaced stock
thicker than 13/16-in. from 1-in.
rough stock. Plan to lose 3/16-in.
(1/4-in.on thicker stock) when you
plane a roughsawn board smooth.
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