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#1 posted 11-13-2012 05:49 PM

Is this for asthetics or cost? Cuts from the sawyer if bark may not be kiln dried? Issues of the cambium layer of the tree being the insects feeding ground? If this works out and yo find it be careful not to infest the project :-)

Consider cedar, I have a small log sitting in my shop which has not cracked or changed save drying out. Bark still on it.

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