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|02-26-2016 05:31 PM||
Big Black Walnut Table-top slabs - 5 replies
Pretty much the most awesome set of Black Walnut I have cut in 8 years of milling! 8’4” long, 2 3/16” thick, and will easily make a finished 42” wide panel,, possibly 43-44” depending on how it is done. I have this on eBay if you would like to go that route for piece of mind (BIG Black Walnut Book-match Tabl...
|10-05-2015 02:36 PM||
? Expansion/contraction Bar-top Corner? - 5 replies
I am going to be building a bar out of 2 natural edge Black Walnut slabs 2”thick. Where the ends will be 45ed and joined for the 90 corner they are roughly 20” wide. My concern is what is going to happen at this joint if there is any expansion or contraction. Has anyone done something similar at what were the results in the long term...
|03-27-2015 09:02 PM||
Monster Walnut score! - 9 replies
Traded this log for a little pile of oak lumber. The numbers written on the planks are the widths of the set. I cut 3 16’ bar tops out of the main log and then cut it in half at 8’4” and made the rest into book-matched 9/4” table-tops. There are a couple of individual pieces not pictured, but for around here ...
|05-16-2013 04:41 PM||
Book-match Walnut Table tops - 1 reply
Saved these beauties from a tree that was removed from a power line in a town close to here. One set is 3”x44-46”x10’ and the other is 2.25”x46”x10’. They are currently stacked, stickered, and strapped on a pallet air-drying. I haven’t come up with a price yet but would be happy to except offers if anyon...
|05-13-2011 07:33 PM||
BIG Aromatic Cedar Slabs - 8 replies
I had this big old Eastern Red Cedar(Aromatic Cedar) log lying around for quite some time and finally found an excuse to cut it up(a bar-top for my cousins new house) and here is what I found inside!! Since I don’t come across cedar logs this large very often I decided not to cut any dimensional lumber out of it and slabbed the whole thing...
|04-22-2011 02:50 PM||
Surfer DUDE! - 7 replies
I had a request from a friend the other day for a chair like the one in the movie “Surfer Dude”. They talked about it like it should be common knowledge but I don’t seem to recall. Anyway,, if anyone knows what this person was talking about, has any pictures or designs that are relevant, a point in the right direction would be ...
|02-27-2011 06:07 PM||
Something to look at.. - 5 replies
Was supposed to be cutting lumber for a counter-top but couldn’t bring myself to cut the natural edge off of these planks!! They screamed table-top! One piece is 19”wide in the center and the other is 16”wide. They are now weighted down in the kiln to begin their drying journey. I coated them with a green wood trea...
|08-19-2009 08:08 PM||
Denver Area Jocks - 10 replies
I am looking into getting a trip to the Denver area put together and would like to bring a pick-up full of lumber with me if I can find enough people interested. I am from central Nebraska and have family in Broomfield so if I can bring a full load I can eliminate any delivery cost if we find a good location to meet. To see what species I have a...
|06-07-2009 03:59 AM||
Wanted: Dust Collector - 6 replies
All I need is the fan and maybe some hose. No need for the bags or filter as I have lots of space just to blow it outside in a pile. Thanks
|04-18-2009 05:42 PM||
Adhesive Question?? - 4 replies
I have a project in the planning stage that I am unfamiliar with the “logistics”, but would really like to do. It involves Black Walnut, Honeylocust, and Stainless Steel rods. I still have to figure some weights to decide how big or small of rod I will need. My question is,, what would you guys recommend for an adhesive to secure th...
|04-14-2009 06:53 AM||
Must Sell! Hardwood Shorts - 27 replies
I can’t seem to make enough small projects to keep up with the “shorts” Have Black Walnut, Ash, Hackberry, White Oak, ERCedar, Elm, Honeylocust, Flamed Boxelder, and some English Walnut. Lots with great figure. I have some pics on my website, www.nativelumber.net If you would like better pics I’d be happy to send them...