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peckerwood2016

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  1. Yah just larch andy cut some spruce last week and the band lasted but soon as I started back on the larch the bands go dull quickly
  2. Anyone had problems with bands going dull after a few cuts ‘ cutting larch ?
  3. Yah I have one for the last 3 years works well ‘ but does take a bit of getting use till ‘got to make sure you set off just after the weld as generally that bit is a bit longer between the teeth
  4. The beams are just a side line I generally cut larch to make sheds / and a bit of timber framing
  5. All around 4ft I’ve sold loads off beams just seem to sell them every now and then that’s why I call them beer money or kid’s money ect
  6. Done some nice elm ones today all sold in 2 hours off putting them on my fb page bit of beer money
  7. I’ve got some ha ha but not for sale
  8. Will do pal was thinking of treating it with danish oil
  9. Milling sequoia to half clad the front of my house ‘ been on my to do list for months ‘ work starting to slow down a bit so have a little bit of spare time
  10. Oh and could be oil on the band itself wipe clean and try again also your tracking could also be out that’s why it’s throwing the band
  11. Join woodland mills talk on fb lot if good advice from people who have had the same problems once you get your head around the mill you’re problems will soon disappear I’ve had a hm 130 for 3 years they are a great mill for the money
  12. This is a shed I did last week ‘ put it on my fb page and it reached over 5000 people for free got two more jobs already

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