:laughing: I'm just gonna talk in inches and feet, complain about the cold and even throw a couple of "ya'lls" and "Dangs" in there and y'all will never know that it's me. :laughing: Dang it's cold around here. How do ya'll put up with it? Why, if we get more than 2 inches of snow 'round here, I can't even get my pick up truck past 20 mile an hour. :laughing:Yeah, and that's too bad too because we just voted to limit Canadians to 2000 posts a year. One more post and he'll be shut down until next year.
Yup Brown,I love this bandsaw.It not only saves time but wood =money.:thumbsup:
Gary when I mark the center and before I put it on the lathe I use a punch to get a good dimple for my centering on the lathe. I had one out of 30 this last time that did not want to come out centered. I guess with the size of the mill it adds character to the mill. I know when I bore game calls that I laminate the drill bit will wonder and give me a reject, but on a small piece it more noticable.Bob,Yes I plane each opposing laminated piece in a very frustrating and unsuccessful attempt to make both sides come out even in the pattern.I also try very hard to center it in the middle.I dont know how they do that!--Making one side the mirror image of the other.Any tips out there?Itchy/Gary