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What Blades Are You Using In Your Woodlands Mill?

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Planning on setting up my new mill this weekend and want to order some blades for it.

What blades are you using and where did you get them from?


I was chatting to the guy from Dakins Flathers at last year's CONFOR show and he suggested using 38mm blades for a smoother cut?


Someone else also suggested changing the blades regularly rather than hammering each blade till it was knackered, so use a blade for an hour, change it, then after another hour put the original back on. Apparently it helps stop the blade work hardening and cracking?

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Hi, If you would like to call me on 01622 813201, I would be happy to discuss blades with you. We can supply blades in any length, 32mm or 38mm width and various profiles to suit the timber you are cutting. Our standard blades for an LT15 are currently £175 for a box of 10.

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