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Fancy milling some timber for fun as I hate just chopping firewood


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51 minutes ago, trigger_andy said:



I found that with my missus forgiveness is easier to get than approval. 🤪

Another set-up to look at is the Logosol M7, M8 or the newer F2. I think you can mill upto 30” on them? Bit easier on the back as well.

I’d only really go for the Alaskan type set-up if I was milling in customers gardens and field/Forrest logs I’ve bought. If at your own place a Logosol would be ideal.

Then after a year you’ll want to upgrade to a Bandsaw. 🤣

I’m based in the North East of Scotland. You’re very welcome to pop over and have a look.



Indeed ha, 

I'll check that one out as sounds like it would be better for what I'm going for, thank you. 

I couldn't be further away from you then on on the coast in Dorset, south east England lol. 


I'm going to start collecting the  large boles of trees and then I can really get at it when I order a kit. 


Again thank you


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