I noticed you are just gonna slide in under the wire on that throat depth. Guess you'll be needin a new bigger bandsaw soon. Dernit.
I'll have you know that between starting to move out of the house for remodeling and an addition....Making a cherry dining room table for an anniversary in April that I had to saw, dry, plane and try to straighten boards for that were of "less than select value" but sentimental so none of that matters, building a shed for the dust collector and compressor, either plowing snow or thawing pipes every other day and trying to pay some attention to Jill.......I have in fact turned 4 pieces of BE that are in paper bags or soaking in Palmolive and will be ready for finish turning sometime next month.....:laughing: :laughing: :laughing:JP I don't know about you but I think he has had enough time to show us something, but I don't want to bug him so I'll let you say something. :shifty: :whistling2:
Depends on who the guy is. :laughing:Wondering what a log like that costs a guy . . . .
He would say that I did in fact sell it to him. From my perspecitve I gave it to him. :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:. . . . . and did you sell that to him Texas Timbers?
I'm super impressed, I have almost the same band saw and what your doing there scares me. My kahunas aren't big enough. Surely you would have to have a heat issue also.