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About Woodworks

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    Senior Member, Raffle Sponsor 2013

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    All things woody
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    Cabinet maker but now log cutter/seller

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  1. So law abiding citizens are now suckers. Pretty much sums up the shit hole Arbtalk has become.
  2. Because we have a website and are easily identifiable so no chance of going below their radar. Anyway I like to do things in a straight forward and above board way.
  3. Think it's the end of March 2022 that small suppliers need to be signed up. Spoken with another local supplier and he is having none of it and just carrying on as before
  4. Decided to hold off until March before signing up. No point in my customers paying extra until they have to
  5. Surly they can be mechanically operated ? Made a mechanical thermostatic control for my charcoal retort that works very well and is very simple. For a stove some form of bimetal strip might be enough to operate an air vent
  6. I would rather not know! Recon I might give up if everything was costed 😆
  7. The big issue with blockchain is the vast amounts of energy it uses. Bypassing the banks I like screwing over the environment I dont
  8. To be fair the Sudanese fisherman have become pirates as factory ships have cleared out their seas and taken their livelihoods away
  9. Not used a milling chain but should it not have a hook on it?
  10. Might be worth contacting fuelwood as they used to hire out a Splitta 400. I had one in once and its fantastically productive with the right sized wood. It will take up to 16" rings and you can noodle your 30" rings in half to fit. We needed 2 guys on saws and loading to keep it fed and another to move the crates. Think we filled a crate in 5mins and this is nice small well split logs for dinky stoves Splitta 400 WWW.FUELWOOD.CO.UK
  11. Yep, September is often quite good but admittedly not the last couple of years
  12. You can keep the heat. Much happier working in these temps
  13. You are clearly not familiar with the UK weather yet. This is absolutely standard August weather and it normally perks up when the kids return to school. 14.6mm of rain today but easing off now with a good breeze. Might nip off for a windsurf


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