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Discussion in 'Milling & Saw Mills' started by gary courtney, Sep 13, 2019.

  1. gary courtney

    gary courtney eeny meeny miny moe

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    Looking into purchasing a portable mill. advice and opinions welcome.
     
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    Budget and needs/requirements/desires are the key factors we need to know. Otherwise it is just a bunch of "I have thistype...."
     
  3. gary courtney

    gary courtney eeny meeny miny moe

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    occasional use,personal use. under 4k
     
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    I started with an alaskan mill, Granberg. Only part I hated was mostly working from your knees. I JUST dod a full day of milling on a Logosol M* Farmer's mill. Some really nice ash and red oak edging. It is worth every penny in my book. Not cheap but not a bandsaw mill either. I HIGHLY recommend the M8 Farmers or the new F2 that Logosol and Baily's has. Very good product that works as advertised 59026461021__AF0DA5F4-A06D-4D66-AD2A-0778AED70A45.JPG
     

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