Once again just alittle off topic but a very interesting question I believe, and one that i would like help with:
I have a well seasoned red oak timber 12" square that I would like to cut up in 1.25" boards, without any more bowing than can possibly be tolerated. I would like to not cut boards any less than 4" in width due to the project at hand.
I do not profess to be an expert in this regard, but I know that there is many out there that are.
what would a proper proceedure of cutting be to work around any internal stresses in this regard?