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This project started out with a clear 3' x 6" x 1.25" Ash board. A Dewalt DW735 Thickness Planer was used to bring the board thickness to 1" (it simultaneously made for a smooth surface to draw on.) 1" thickness was chosen based on a desired shaft diameter of 1".

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Sean Begley
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Friday 19 July 2019
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  • sean - Friday 2 August 2019 20:33
    Ash wood was listed on the Shaw and Tenney site as the wood they use for their most rugged and durable paddles. I thought it would be a good choice for a kid's paddle.