We can do it for you.
What woodworker couldn’t use an extra pair of hands? And bigger machines? As a full-service mill shop and hardwood lumber distributor, we have the equipment to do all kinds of things you may not be able to do in your workshop, including:
- Custom moldings (any quantity) – With knife grinding in-house, we can match those old and hard-to-find moldings and trim. (We stock hard-to-find moldings such as hickory, hard maple, cherry, red oak and poplar.)
- Engraving – Signs, bench panels, unique designs, you name it.
- Re-sawing – Up to 15″ wide and as thin as 1/16″
- Planing – Up to 25″ wide
- Edge ripping – Up to 16′ long
- Gluing panels – Up to 14′ long
- Wide-belt sanding – Up to 40″ wide
- Face joining – (KenCraft stock only) Up to 10″ wide panels
Our equipment is at your service for these and other types of custom millwork.
- CNC molding center with 5 cutting heads
- Laser auto-feed saw center
- Double-sided planer/sander
- Radial arm saw
- Vacuum table for panel making
Millwork Charges – Regular millwork charges apply to lumber purchased from KenCraft.
We no longer do millwork on material purchased elsewhere. Which includes basic cutting or planning.
Stop in, call 419-536-0333 or email us today.
How do I calculate board feet?
For domestic lumber, you can calculate board feet in inches or in feet. Use one of these two formulas to calculate board feet. Rounding up the total to the nearest quarter of a foot is standard industry practice (e.g., 3.8 bf becomes 4 bf).
1. T” x W” x L” / 144 = bf
Ex. 1″ x 6″ x 96″ / 144 = 4 bf
2. T” x W” x L’ / 12 = bf
Ex. 1″ x 6″ x 8′ / 12 = 4 bf
(T = thickness, W = width, L = length, bf = board feet)
What is “R1E”?
R1E stands for ripped on one edge. This edge is straight enough to accept a glue joint.
Typically, R1E stock has not been surface planed.
KenCraft will “clean up” any rough-sawn lumber. Cost depends on type of lumber, quantity, and finished thickness desired.