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3 hours ago, arboriculturist said:

Cancel the photos - The Posch architecture is too dissimilar.

Ah OK, I was taking some earlier and it's surprisingly complicated behind the panels. Also worth mentioning that both the infeed and log stop move clear as the cut finishes.

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Ah OK, I was taking some earlier and it's surprisingly complicated behind the panels. Also worth mentioning that both the infeed and log stop move clear as the cut finishes.

And as much as the paddles do help logs landing square a lot. There are plenty of times when a perfectly straight length of timber will inexplicably end up the wrong way on. Only really nice rounds of ash, sycamore or softwoods seem to land straight most of the time. Birch, beech and other less cylindrical species just seem to go where the like regardless of the paddles
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44 minutes ago, SbTVF said:


And as much as the paddles do help logs landing square a lot. There are plenty of times when a perfectly straight length of timber will inexplicably end up the wrong way on. Only really nice rounds of ash, sycamore or softwoods seem to land straight most of the time. Birch, beech and other less cylindrical species just seem to go where the like regardless of the paddles

May give that mod a miss then !

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