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HokieSignGuy

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It is probably quite dry by now? Any cracking?


Might be harder to cut now with a chainsaw mill. Google up on it before you commit. You could probably get a reasonable bandsaw mill on harbor freight that would work long enough for that job. But might go through a ton of blade or chains. Learn to sharpen.

Or, better yet, find a local mill that might cut it all for you if you spilt the wood with them. Or pay for the service. Just call around. I’d be interested to know if they wanted to cut seasoned cedar.

(In response to this post by Spudnut)

Posted: 09/09/2021 at 9:03PM



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Anyone here have a chainsaw sawmill rig? -- Spudnut 09/09/2021 6:38PM
  It is probably quite dry by now? Any cracking? -- HokieSignGuy 09/09/2021 9:03PM
  Thx -- Spudnut 09/09/2021 9:13PM
  Wow, those trees sound amazing. ** -- HokieSignGuy 09/09/2021 9:49PM
  ^^Huge tracts of land^^ -- MP4VT2004 09/09/2021 9:03PM
  Can you actually do sawmill stuff with a chainsaw? ** -- PhotoHokieNC 09/09/2021 8:25PM
  Sigh. -- Spudnut 09/09/2021 8:45PM
  Thx! Will -- Spudnut 09/09/2021 9:42PM
  I just talked to my coworker... -- MP4VT2004 09/10/2021 09:39AM
  Awesome. Thank you for following up! ** -- Spudnut 09/10/2021 09:48AM

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