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  1. Sourcing air dried beams??

    Thanks all for replies. No clipbored or buildings regs man. just as the oak is tio be used as a screen of glass with something like 6ft x 3ft double glazed units face glazed to it i was just trying to get some material that will be more stable than green oak. My preferance is Green oak that we can cut ourselves, quarter a big log as we can make do with 7x7. The timberframe boys i have doing it are just a bit uneasy with the movent on fresh oak. Will be intouch Copford thanks for the PM
  2. Hi After a supplier of air dried beams 200x200mm x 4.5 m x8no. Does any one have some idea of uk suppliers i am based in Herefordshire. They are for building a timber frame screen for a barn door entrance we are filling on a stone barn we are converting. Many thanks David
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    <p>Hi Dave</p>

    <p>I was going to ask you next time I saw you but noticed you on here. Would you or do you know anybody who would be interested in some Douglas and or Spruce logs? They were blown over back in the spring and have just got around to pulling them out. They are a bit big for my saw. I can get you sizes if interested or you can come and see them.</p>

    <p>Anthony Ricketts</p>

     

  4. Many thanks Looks a good website full of information.
  5. Hi all One of my customers i supply sawn green oak too, is after the cost and avalability of some air dried Larch. Thier client wants them to make some windows out of it. Any ideas who might have some local or natational. I am in Hay on Wye Herefordshire. If any one knows of any could you PM Me. Many thanks David
  6. Anyone in Hereford with mobile sawmill?

    Hi Am in Hay on Wye and have 3ft plus chainsaw mill and run a static mill as well. Drop me a pm with your details. Many thanks David
  7. Good bye woodmizer hello Timberking

    I am running a TK2000, and even though it is hard to give you a exact figure I am only using aprox 15/20l petrol a day. Will always depend on what size timber you are cutting to. Am mostly on beaming sw and oak. But restyle been milling loads 16mm cladding and also don't find the petrol consumption too high. The manual throttle is a pain, but I don't bother throttling back any more whilst cutting a log or loading logs I have close to Sawbench. I am running a electric debarked and on skidded timber works really well. Machine harvested sw comming in clean so don't bother then. Overall been pleased with my TK, any thing that has broken worn have been able to get mostly from local bearing shop. If TK would just do a few small modifications they would have a super practical mill. Glad to hear theirs another TK owner in Wales. David
  8. Show your tractors

    Cookes anchors? On a boughton?
  9. walnut tree is about to be felled! What to do with it?

    Hi Does look good to stay. But if butt is sound as big J says have bandmill 20 mills away. Send me a message if I can be of any use. David
  10. Cleaning stove glass

    You boys are supposed to be selling the wood, all down to a clean burn, any dryish wood on full burn will burn off any dirty glass. BUT will also depend on what stove and chimney in operation. David
  11. Long Lengh Timbers

    HI HAVE A TIMBERKING BANDMILL WITH TABLE LENGH OF 10M. BEEN CUTTING SOME LONG DOUGLAS BEAMS 300 X 150MM X 8.5M FOR ONE CUSTOMER. WONDERRED IF ANY ONE ELSE WAS STUCK FOR LONG LENGH BEAMS? IF OF ANY USE GIVE ME A CALL ON 07891 522 112 AM BASED IN HAY-ON-WYE. HEREFORDSHIRE/WELSH BORDER. MANY THANKS DAVID

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