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wisewood

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About wisewood

  • Rank
    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015
  • Birthday 07/07/1969

Personal Information

  • Location:
    Formby,Merseyside
  • Interests
    art, nature, music, film
  • Occupation
    sculptor & house husband
  • City
    Liverpool
  1. memorial carving for a friend

    Thanks Charlie, you’ve got a cool style bud
  2. memorial carving for a friend

    Really lovely piece mate
  3. Pine cone

    Carved from sequoia, guessing about 4ft
  4. Cedar of Lebanon

    Ok mate, can you keep me updated please?, trying to find ways to collect [emoji106]
  5. Cedar of Lebanon

    Excellent, I’m interested. Are you able to deliver? [emoji6]
  6. Cedar of Lebanon

    Whereabouts in the U.K.?
  7. HELP - Oak slab advice needed

    Cut in some bow ties , that will prevent further splitting and will make a nice feature
  8. 3/8 Lo pro on MS880?

    Rob, have you noticed any worthwhile gain in the reduction of kerf, ie getting an extra slab out of the log
  9. Excessive chain juddering

    From what you’ve added about getting the saw stuck I would inspect your bar more closely. You may have pinched the bar groove which maybe pushing the drive links out of the groove slightly when cutting over a particular diameter
  10. Pics of your milled products

    It can be trued up using a plunge router with a biggish flat bottom bit. Google router sled [emoji106]
  11. Grizzly bear

    I can imagine mate, be patient. You could take up spoon carving while your waiting to get back on your feet [emoji846]
  12. Grizzly bear

    Thanks Countryboy [emoji106]
  13. Grizzly bear

    Thanks Stubby [emoji106]
  14. Grizzly bear

    Cheers, a smidge over 2 days mate
  15. Grizzly bear

    Thanks buddy, it’s one of my favourite woods, pretty stable and very resilient outside [emoji106]

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