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Finally got around to milling some Oak I vaguely bought earlier in the year.

Not sure why I bought it as I already have 200 cu/ft drying in the barn but 

if I didn't buy it, it was heading to the firewood guys.

 

Got some nice boards so far.

Piles grown.jpg

oak milled 1.jpg

Saved Oak 3.jpg

Saved Oak 2.jpg

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20 hours ago, Ratman said:

What you doing with it? Your name suggests you create and sell? Is this the case?

I don't create and sell much now, mainly because I got fed up with people wanting me to make to their c**p designs.

Now I mill and sell the boards either green, air dried or coming soon kiln dried.

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I don't create and sell much now, mainly because I got fed up with people wanting me to make to their c**p designs.
Now I mill and sell the boards either green, air dried or coming soon kiln dried.

Nice one, shame cos we love unusual man made stuff. Send some pics if ya do ever make owt again tho

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