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Rough Hewn

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About Rough Hewn

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  • Location:
    Huddersfield, Yorkshire
  • Interests
    Chainsaws,trees,felling,milling,woodworking
  • Occupation
    Woodcutter

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  1. Rough Hewn

    He bes wile handy wit a chainsaw, among other skills.

    Just put up a thread on it with photos. [emoji106]
  2. Rough Hewn

    Plywood Alaskan chainsaw mill

    Years ago I made this, worked well on my 440 25" bar. Even built a 36" plymill for the 075. The only issue I found was the bar grips need sandpaper glueing on and it's a bit slow to change depth of cut. But it's just as clean a cut as any chainsaw mill. Oh and plywood wears out faster than aluminium.[emoji12][emoji106] [emoji106][emoji106][emoji106]
  3. Rough Hewn

    Mobile milling wanted in Devon

    We can cut up to 185cm Diameter. Pm me for details [emoji106]
  4. Rough Hewn

    Today's milling

    Yeah.... The logosol is rated at 1.2 ton. Fortunately we built a wooden frame inside to stop shock loading. That logs about 1.5? Need a new frame[emoji51] [emoji106]
  5. Rough Hewn

    Today's milling

    Had a look at the log table...[emoji51] [emoji12][emoji106]
  6. Rough Hewn

    Today's milling

    A suitably large thank you to Big Tree Don for making this possible. [emoji3][emoji106][emoji106][emoji106] Harrison from Aspect forestry delivered this spectacular spalted ash. Nice rig [emoji106],(I'm sure I've seen it on Arbtalk before) [emoji848][emoji57][emoji106] but it was the precision he put the heaviest log on the mill I was particularly impressed with. [emoji106][emoji106][emoji106]
  7. Rough Hewn

    Today's milling

    Cutting some nice oak table legs on the logosol F2+ for a client thus morning. [emoji106]
  8. Rough Hewn

    He bes wile handy wit a chainsaw, among other skills.

    I'll post some photos tonight [emoji106]
  9. Rough Hewn

    What would you have done?

    Very helpful post, thank you. [emoji106]
  10. Rough Hewn

    He bes wile handy wit a chainsaw, among other skills.

    4 pieces of threaded bar and a few bits of plywood he could have made faster cleaner more accurate cuts. Without welding. [emoji848]
  11. Rough Hewn

    He bes wile handy wit a chainsaw, among other skills.

    Now that takes a heck of a lot of practice to get right. All with a 260! [emoji23][emoji23][emoji12] [emoji106][emoji106][emoji106]
  12. Rough Hewn

    What would you have done?

    Yes. However I'd like to avoid being in the same situation again. How do you know who's tree it is? [emoji106]
  13. Rough Hewn

    Today's milling

    Whilst I was at the forest, my colleague was cutting this rippled beech. [emoji106][emoji106][emoji106]
  14. Rough Hewn

    What would you have done?

    How would I have known he didn't own the property yet? He told me he'd bought it. Genuine question. [emoji106]
  15. Rough Hewn

    Today's milling

    That's your beech Steve [emoji106]

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