Hello again ya'll So I'm happy to share more details of the project as it comes about, but I wanted to see if anyone has tried it with a chainsaw mill! The goal is 6" wide lap siding that is 1/2 inch thick on one side and 1/8 inch on the other. Out of a combination of western hemlock, douglas fir and whatever spruce/pine/fir I can get. I'm in the seattle area and windfalls in winter time are what I'm hoping to use to get started. Here is the plan: 1. Mill 6"thick slabs @ 10-12 feet 2. Cut slabs into 6×7 beams with a prazi beam cutter 3. Send beams through bandsaw for 1" boards 4. Stack and dry 1" until I have enough to do the job 5. Send the boards through the bandsaw again at an angle to give me the 1/8th-1/2 bevel Any tips/suggestions/alterations/additions to the plan gentlemen?