I appear to have killed the MB memory controller/slots on that Z68 board I was playing with. Definitely not the fault of the individual who sold it to me, it was working when I got it.
I was able to confirm that the processor and memory are working on other systems so it's not those, and I was also able to swap in a different PSU so it's not that.
Locally, I've never seen maple in less than 3/4" finished or 4/4 rough. I love it for signs on my CNC router but it ain't cheap.No one around me sells 1/2" thick maple hobby panels. Red oak comes 1/4", 1/2" thick in a ton of widths and lenghts, but maple doesn't seem to come less than 1" thick.
Red oak just doesn't look nearly as nice. I may try ripping some maple, but on that small a board it might be a little tough. Poplar comes thinner too, but it's even uglier than red oak
Me either, was kind of hoping there'd be hobby panels, but it's all just small dimension S4S. Windsor plywood actually has some maple moulding on their site that might work, if not I'll try (carefully) ripping some 1x3 maple probably. It's such a great wood, so it's a shame it's not sold in more sizes. Admittedly a little hard on tools, but that's not exclusively a maple problem.Locally, I've never seen maple in less than 3/4" finished or 4/4 rough. I love it for signs on my CNC router but it ain't cheap.