I’ll be milling some 6’ long Black Walnut today for a customer who’s interested in fireplace mantels. Pics to follow. I’m thrilled…it’s been awhile since I’ve cut anything 3” or thicker. Okay, s...
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Location: Middleton, MA
I am a self-employed woodcutter. What does that mean? I do just about everything involving cutting wood. I take down trees, I cut firewood, I mill logs, provide smoking woods and custom cut wood products. I am a skilled ROUGH woodcutter but lack finish woodworking skills. I am just learning basic woodworking and am always looking to expand. I am here on lumberjocks to beef up my woodworking skills, learn more about the tools of the trade and hopefully find outlets for some of the beautiful Cedar and hardwood lumber boards/slabs I cut. If you're in the Northeastern Mass or Southern NH areas and are looking for Black Walnut, Cherry, Cedar, Hard, Soft, Curly or Spalted Maple let me know! I'm cutting all the time.
-- hswoodcutting, "Catchy sayings are fun but I'm in it for the wood."
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I’ve heard pro and con about drying boards and slabs vertically when they’re fresh cut. It makes sense that they might dry faster this way but does anyone have firsthand experience with this? I cut some 8’ long, 2” thick ...