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post #21 of 23 Old 03-19-2007, 01:23 AM
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Sorry, I never meant to suggest you could give them timbers away. I was just admiring the cant you sold to Burlkraft and wondering what that would cost just from a shipping stand point alone. I never even expected an answer. I am finding out that if you or joasis are asked a question you can count on getting an answer.
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I had no doubts that you have big ones.

As for heat if I tried cutting something that large on my saw the blade would go into melt down unless I took it real slow. Perhaps my blades need sharpening or perhaps the "wood" is just harder down here.

I assume you didn't have any problems. Can we have a look at something you have created from that fine piece of lumber?

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Try a Timberwolf BS blade and you'll never have a saw meltdown...This one happens to be a 3/4 inch resaw balde...walked right through that cant....

I have several rough turned projects sitting in my lumber shed in paper bags...Timbers has been on mt to get some done...but right now I'm trying to get ready for a remodel and addition that is scheduled to start on April 2nd......

I'll have some pictures of a cherry dining table I'm just finishing up spraying in a day or two....Then I'll get back to the lathe...

Anybody wanna help move furniture into a POD in the yard...???
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