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Topic tags/keywords: oak red oak slab slabs natural edge

-- Jeff, Denton, TX - www.hardencabinets.com


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#1 posted 718 days ago

I’m jealous.

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#2 posted 718 days ago

The first picture doesn’t really give an idea of scale, but the second… wow. If I were closer to TX I I would consider buying one from you if they’re for sale.

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#3 posted 718 days ago

We ship.

-- Jeff, Denton, TX - www.hardencabinets.com

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#4 posted 718 days ago

$7 per bdft. plus shipping

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#5 posted 718 days ago

Hey Jeff, another great set of slabs.

What are you cutting these with? Bandsaw, circular, or chainsaw?

-- "Well, at least we can still use it as firewood... maybe." - Doss

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#6 posted 718 days ago

088 Stihl Working on 20 hp 3 phase Chainsaw slabbing / breakdown mill

-- Jeff, Denton, TX - www.hardencabinets.com

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#7 posted 718 days ago

Good deal man. I run an 880 myself. I was just wondering because I saw the marks left by whatever was cutting the slabs and was trying to figure out what your set up was… it looked like chain marks to me, but I wasn’t 100% sure.

You must run your saw perpendicular to the log most of the time. I tend to see-saw mine because it cuts faster, but usually I’m cutting wide logs so that makes sense.

-- "Well, at least we can still use it as firewood... maybe." - Doss

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