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Panther chainsaw milling - post your feedback and pics here :)

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On 24/09/2018 at 13:31, Steve Bullman said:

Not sure how I missed you Rob.  Hope you had a good show

Alright Steve - yep it was so so I would say - my feeling [as always] is that shows need an injection of 'something' rather than churning out more of the same...

 

Hopefully see you at the AA show next year.

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On 18/03/2018 at 12:33, Rob D said:

We've sold 100+ Panther mills out there so interested in feedback (positive and/or constructive!) - Also pics of what you've milled...

 

This oak milled in Windemere was 4ft at the base:

 

' I thought you might like to see the Panther in action I am impressed the finish on the wood is good. Its a slow process but well worth it compliments to you for the sound honest advice you gave us. Paul did a great job it was hard work but well worth it.'

 

 

 

Windemere Oak re sized.jpg

I like all the lil model houses he made with it behind him ? k

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having been an alaskan user for over 5 years now I cant wait to get my hands on the new panther!
 

It's day and night mate.
I look at chillaskans and granbergs now with pity.
Been abusing my 60" panther for 6 months now.
Had a couple of issues which turned out to be "user error"
A piece of advice for when you panther arrives, take time drilling the bar.
It's ridiculously hard.

I've been using ladders as a straight edge for years, but now I'm seriously looking at the panther first cut system.
Ladders have limitations

I would like to have the option to buy deeper uprights, possibly 24/25" for really deep first cuts or halving big logs.

All in all it's a brilliant bit of kit, really well designed by someone who's clearly spent a lot of time milling.
Well done Rob.
When's the panther2 coming out?
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