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Small oak milling job

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Ho Ho!

 

I must put stickers nearer the end to prevent splitting.

I must put stickers nearer the end to prevent splitting.

I must put stickers nearer the end to prevent splitting.

I must put stickers nearer the end to prevent splitting.

I must put stickers nearer the end to prevent splitting.

I must put stickers nearer the end to prevent splitting.

I must put stickers nearer the end to prevent splitting.

I must put stickers nearer the end to prevent splitting.

 

 

 

Lines just don't carry the same punishment when you can copy and paste.....

 

 

 

 

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Ho Ho!

 

I must put stickers nearer the end to prevent splitting.

I must put stickers nearer the end to prevent splitting.

I must put stickers nearer the end to prevent splitting.

I must put stickers nearer the end to prevent splitting.

I must put stickers nearer the end to prevent splitting.

I must put stickers nearer the end to prevent splitting.

I must put stickers nearer the end to prevent splitting.

I must put stickers nearer the end to prevent splitting.

 

 

 

Lines just don't carry the same punishment when you can copy and paste.....

 

 

 

 

:biggrin:

 

:laugh1::001_rolleyes:

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Nice little job, i am liking the small mill setup you have there, that sort of thing would be perfect for me and my 880, what is it and where do i find one ?

 

Out of interest do you have any problems with the ladder/guide bending giving bowed planks ?

 

Rob.

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God i can be dense sometimes, i just had a second look and it all dropped into place !

 

Now excuse me while i go dye my hair blonde !

 

Rob.

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God i can be dense sometimes, i just had a second look and it all dropped into place !

 

Now excuse me while i go dye my hair blonde !

 

Rob.

 

 

No worrys :biggrin:

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Hi, Just out of curiosty what does the strapping cost you it seems a good idea but ebey prices seem silly.

 

Does it put the price/cost of the job up much.

 

Marcus

 

The strapping system I think was about £150-00.... not cheap but you get what you pay for. The good thing with this system is as the logs dry and shrink you can re tighten without having to attach new bands.

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