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Anyone used one of these chainsaw mills?

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Interesting setup. Not quite sure what to make if it.

 

 

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One man operation no need for heavy plant. Perfect for planking and coins. Logs can also be secured vertically, allowing them to be sawn into coins. CHAINSAW NOT SUPPLIED. The Universal Woodworking Station can also be used as a sawhorse.

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That is a toy bit of kit. What is it your looking to do and is it a hobby factor ? This is the place to ask 100% 

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59 minutes ago, Danny Boy said:

Not quite sure what to make if it.

 

Suppose you'd have to buy it to try it..... If you want to get into milling I'd go for the Alaskan or the chinky copy which gets a reasonable crit and is probably cheaper, cheers.

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2 minutes ago, Macpherson said:

Suppose you'd have to buy it to try it..... If you want to get into milling I'd go for the Alaskan or the chinky copy which gets a reasonable crit and is probably cheaper, cheers.

That toy above is not up to it mac 

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1 minute ago, topchippyles said:

That toy above is not up to it mac 

I guess that's wot I was saying... 👍

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If it was a bit better made and those legs were on some sort of ratchet system it would be an ok bit of kit but as is would more than likely break ,Panther Mill for a chainsaw mill thats what I would get if I needed to replace my Alaskan .

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37 minutes ago, gobbypunk said:

If it was a bit better made and those legs were on some sort of ratchet system it would be an ok bit of kit but as is would more than likely break ,Panther Mill for a chainsaw mill thats what I would get if I needed to replace my Alaskan .

Sort your planner out after mark

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IF i was looking at a bit of milling , might be good - but skinny bar n chain and probably softwood project . Not massive money fr a few jobs but thats probably it . K

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Having bought a panther mill it's a great bit of kit. Well designed and takes the stress out of milling. My only complaint is my finger was getting sore holding the throttle down on the saw 😂

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