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Having just bought the Panther and Intersect I just watched the Logosol video just now on the Logosol f2+ Chainsaw Mill and thought - Damn - I have bought the wrong equipment!

 

That Logosol f2+ is some bit of kit !!!

 

Then I thought, - well, great as it is, you cant get the big sticks onto the f2+ out on site generally, so I am a lot happier now.

 

Still would like an f2+ though.

 

Never  'One '  machine to do everything.

 

Rough Hewn ? 🤒

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Having just bought the Panther and Intersect I just watched the Logosol video just now on the Logosol f2+ Chainsaw Mill and thought - Damn - I have bought the wrong equipment!
 
That Logosol f2+ is some bit of kit !!!
 
Then I thought, - well, great as it is, you cant get the big sticks onto the f2+ out on site generally, so I am a lot happier now.
 
Still would like an f2+ though.
 
Never  'One '  machine to do everything.
 
Rough Hewn ? 

I’ve not tried the intersect,
but the panther mills are superb bits kit and really do the job well.
But all specialist machines are just that, specialist.
Each mill has pros and cons.
Panther mills cut wide slabs but are much slower to cut square edged.
Logosol’s F2+ cuts dimensional timber but struggles with wider slabs.
Yes I would strongly recommend both🤣
I have 2 panthers 60” and 80” as well as
a 36” chilaskan and the Logosol F2+.
They all get used regularly.

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43 minutes ago, Rough Hewn said:


I’ve not tried the intersect,
but the panther mills are superb bits kit and really do the job well.
But all specialist machines are just that, specialist.
Each mill has pros and cons.
Panther mills cut wide slabs but are much slower to cut square edged.
Logosol’s F2+ cuts dimensional timber but struggles with wider slabs.
Yes I would strongly recommend both🤣emoji106.png
I have 2 panthers 60” and 80” as well as
a 36” chilaskan and the Logosol F2+.
They all get used regularly.
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Exactly what I was hoping you would say - "   Yes I would strongly recommend both "   feeling soooooo much better now !!!

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On 22/11/2020 at 10:25, arboriculturist said:

Exactly what I was hoping you would say - "   Yes I would strongly recommend both "   feeling soooooo much better now !!!

Have you got on with any milling? Lets see some photos. If you don't mind.... 

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1 hour ago, AJStrees said:

Have you got on with any milling? Lets see some photos. If you don't mind.... 

Still sealed up in the boxes I am sorry to say and my iPhone is buffering so can't take photos and has gone back - hopefully later in December i'll get it built up and get some images posted. Spud has just ported the 660 and it will be on its way back to me shortly!

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