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any millers (bandsaw) near Deal???

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1 hour ago, trigger_andy said:

Worth the cash?

 

that's what i'm aiming to work out.

 

Makore is a very high end timber so if i can find a miller and crunch some numbers i think it would be worth it. i should point out that i've no intention of paying the asking price.

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1 hour ago, Rough Hewn said:

I know a guy with a panther mill near deal.

I'll ask him if you like Steve?

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i'd prefer a bandmill to minimise wastage as makore is not cheap stuff but i'll keep these in mind if i get talking to the guy.

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9 minutes ago, se7enthdevil said:

i'd prefer a bandmill to minimise wastage as makore is not cheap stuff but i'll keep these in mind if i get talking to the guy.

I have a static Bandsaw in Lamberhurst if you can get it transported to there. What lengths would you want it?

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1 hour ago, Jamespepperpot said:

I have a static Bandsaw in Lamberhurst if you can get it transported to there. What lengths would you want it?

it would probably be chopped into three lengths.

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