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The Pickering project #1: The Pickering project #1:

11-22-2014 12:26 PM by Michael Anthony Zelonis | 3 comments »

Day one on my new commission, a 6 to 8 seat live edge dining table. The log is about 75”, the 3 slabs are 2 3/4” thick, and vary in thickness from 28 to 39” wide. With the amount of cut off branch growth we expected some interesting figure, but all the spault was a complete surprise! Pieces will be sent to the kiln for 5 to 6 weeks next Saturday, along with a load of holly a friend of mine and I have acquired. In future posts I will share the working drawings for the table d...

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Chainsaw Milling #1: Short Movie Edit

03-19-2013 03:20 PM by junipercanyon | 13 comments »

Here is my first attempt at video editing, working with wood without the dust!!! LOL http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gN6AQP7lhtQ

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Torque Workcentre at work.. #42: Slabbing attachment

08-26-2011 11:41 PM by degoose | 15 comments »

Just received the video of the new prototype chainsaw attachment for the Torque WorkCentre..This is different in that the chain saw is mounted under the Machine… thereby negating the need to lift the log onto the table… NB. please be aware that this is the very first prototype and as such may have some issues… there will be furthur development and refinement as theses issues are addressed…With regards length of log…. up to 8 feet or so at this stage .. obvious...

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First stab at a small portable bandsaw mill

05-23-2010 03:42 AM by RichardH | 13 comments »

This is my first blog entry – up to now I’ve posted a few projects and thoroughly enjoyed all of your entries and great work. This weekend, I finally put one of my latest toys together. It is a small 24” chainsaw mill from Panther Pros http://www.pantherpros.com/products.html I’ve never used an alaska type mill before, but I have seen a few related posts lately and keep thinking “Hey, I come across some pretty decent wood every now and then – woul...

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Rescued Wood #6: Yellowwood Slabbed

01-06-2010 03:46 PM by PG_Zac | 3 comments »

Further to my Yellowwood windfall, I slabbed the first log yesterday. I chose to cut the largest of the “small” pieces, as it promised to contain an interesting crotch grain. I carefully measured my cuts to get as close as possible to the centre lines of the main trunk and the forks to get a book matched pair of slabs at the centre. First cutYes, interesting crotch grain. Book matched centreI set these two in the sun for this photo as the pictures in the shade are quite ...

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"Hobbit Holes in MyWorld" --by RusticWoodArt #12: Glamdring and Hard-Rock Sugar Maple

06-22-2008 06:22 PM by frank | 6 comments »

Glamdring and Hard-Rock Sugar Maple So shall we begin….as in a continuation of Hobbit stories for those who waunder much of their life in the woods and glens of the Dark Forest…..Mirkwood. Here is a picture of a froe-saw-sword-hammer that will from hence-forth be known by the name of ’Glamdring’. Glamdring was a Noldorian sword, that was first used by Turgon; king of Gondolin in the Battle of the Unnumbered Tears, (Nirnaeth Arnoediad)....during the Years of th...

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"Hobbit Holes in MyWorld" --by RusticWoodArt #11: "Two Maples....One Pine and, ...."

05-21-2008 01:50 PM by frank | 9 comments »

Two Maples….One Pine, and…. ....so i stepped outside to the wonders of an outdoor workshop, where some trees where culling my name, having not much time to pass with endless chatter, i reached down and turned my cell-phone off…. —-silence….. ....and so i went up last week and payed my respects to an old friend, one much wiser then me in all the ways of wood, who welcomed me back since our meeting of last fall, while even now this one is busy in the givin...

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