The recipe for 'wood' binding on the milling station takes: 2 Timbers 1 Wax and produces 4 bindings (though to me a binding is a small thing and should not take 1/2 a timber to create) The recipe for 'wood' binding on a carpentry table takes: 1 Timbeer 3 Wax and produces 1 single binding Beyond the idiotic requirement of 1 timber or 1/2 a timber to create one binding you have issues in consistencies. It boggles the mind that 1 timber makes one binding. A binding is used to make a mug, and y0u are telling me that half a tree harvest makes one mug? WTH? Bindings should come at 4 or more PER TIMBER probably more like 10 per timber if you want realism. But you do have an issue already.