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Discussion in 'Milling & Saw Mills' started by Eric Vogus, Dec 6, 2018.

  1. Eric Vogus

    Eric Vogus ArboristSite Lurker

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    Well I live about 18 miles from the epicenter of the of the earthquake on November 30’th I was about 28 miles away when it hit. Lost a tv and some other junk fell nothing major. The shop I work sent us home and the first thing I did when I got home was mill some boards. It’s a sickness I tell ya.
     

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    what kind of wood is that? I'm just starting out milling and I can understand the addiction, only done one board with my small echo and I can't wait to get this 076 in my hands from a member here.
     
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    it is birch...I am going to flat sand it epoxy resin it like a bar top and make a picnic table...I am new to milling as well..Homemade rail style chain saw mill...made out of free steel atv shipping crates from a Yamaha dealership...
     
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    Here is a burl from the same birch the above photo were taken of.
     

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