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|01-04-2012 05:39 AM||
Milling Large Honeylocust and Oak Logs - 9 replies
I have some large (30 inch and larger diameter) logs I am trying to mill up. Some I am quartersawing and others I am slabbing out. The problem I am having is my blades are getting dull and wondering VERY quickly. The logs have been sitting in the forest for a few years so are a little hader than green would be. My question is, wh...
|11-30-2011 05:08 AM||
Milling Black Locust Logs - 5 replies
I have just about worked my way thru my honeylocust logs and am about to begin milling my black locust logs. However, the internet is not giving me the information I desire. Some of my questions are, what thicknesses should I mill black locust? Because it dries so hard is it time saving to (this may show how much of a novis I am at milling) p...
|11-20-2011 10:17 PM||
Making honeylocust into flooring - 10 replies
Hello All, I am new to the site and have joined to help me with my new hobby. I recently purchased a woodmizer LT40 for milling some trees I am removing because they are not native to my area. Many (around 30) are honeylocust (thorns on truck of most). They vary in range from 20” at the base to 3’ at the base. I am currently c...