Rebar is about the worst metal to use for that purpose.
Kinda sucks, can't find a replacement battery for a reasonable price.
The saw was handy
May pickup a M18 saw, have a bunch of the M18 tools and...
I fixed it like 20 secs after I wrote that.
Have 4 of those saws. Fun to play with.
2 that color, 1 blueish color and 1 raw metal.
That one was the nicest, it was damaged in the...
I.looked on there, have Walmart oil for $12.20 gal and that's it.
The Walmart oil I got was really thick. Had to add a few cups of diesel per gallon to thin it.
Dang, I'd buy 100 gallons at that price. We pay 3x that here.
Walmart had a sale at $9 sometime a gal last year, I bought everything they had,...
Not how how you figure that. Shop labor costs money regardless of whatever is being done, whether it's chain sharpening or working on a saw,...
Yeah, no thanks. Was in the 30s this morning.
Can hardly give burls away here. I've got a pile of them that's sat there going on 2 years. Anymore they just go in the stove.
As far as cost... What is shop labor in your area?
If I do a chain every ~5 mins, that's maybe 10 chains in an hour, less if you factor in drop...
Not with a good wheel. Can knock off half the tooth without much fuss if you really wanted to.
On customer chains that are in rough shape, I...
Or just go all year and dont' run out.
Can't just build up the broken teeth and grind it. It's not that high tolerance.
Never heard it.
8m slowly cleaning out the shop. I've found plenty of stuff that was junk 20+ years ago when it was stuffed into a shelf or whatever.
30k is a fairly entry level processor.
More in the 80-125k area if you want to handle large logs.
Not sure the cost of that setup, but a 3ft wide planer is in the $3k area.
Why not just run it through a planer or drum sander? Or even do a skim pass on the sawmill if it's cupped or whatever?
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