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Blaisey

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About Blaisey

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2010, 2012, 2013

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  • Location:
    Oxford
  • Interests
    Paragliding
  • Occupation
    Tree Surgeon

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  1. Blaisey

    Want to turn milled timber into £££££££?

    Its a Boxer 525 Now made by Morebark https://www.steelviper.co.uk/boxer-uk cheers
  2. Blaisey

    Want to turn milled timber into £££££££?

    Hi, I have some dry slabs Im willing to sell. I will DM my number
  3. Blaisey

    Planning big slabs (Norfolk)

    Im in the process of making a much bigger setup for slabs 1.4m x 4.5m but the printable is the same and cost less than £20. Hope it helps Flatting starts at 2:26 Cheers
  4. Blaisey

    Blaiseintrees Vlog

    Nice vid. How'd you deal with those nails? Its just one of those things sometimes you can spot them sometimes you can't, just resharpen and keep cutting. Cheers Blaise
  5. Blaisey

    Blaiseintrees Vlog

    Well its a bit of how you mill the log a bit of luck and mostly not drying it too quickly. I hope that helps bud. Cheers Blaisey
  6. Blaisey

    Blaiseintrees Vlog

  7. Blaisey

    Milling required

    That should be bandsaw'd to get the most out of it imo.
  8. Blaisey

    Oak to mill

    I would mill it though into slabs it looks like it there are some nice table tops and coffee tables in there I would do it chunky 2 and 1/2" plus probably 3". Always line up you cut angle with the biggest checks (cracks). Burr edge Oak slabs always sell well get all the sawdust off I do this with a house pipe now it really gets it all off, and flip every other slab your not remaking the log. I hope that helps Im looking forward to seeing the pics. Blaise

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