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08-17-2013 01:07 AM
So recently we resawed a few slices off the old log. Last winter we did a ton of resawing and I was so excited about the adventure I did a video that never got uploaded and was eventually lost due to me drowning my phone :)
So the other day we sawed some 10 – 11” Mesquite boards with our new Lenox Woodmaster C-Sharp 1” wide blade. Cut like butter. The log we cut is simply amazing and a very nice log. I hope we can cut many more in the future.
I took a few pics to show here to the LJ community. I have relatively little experience with resawing except for extensive resawing of about 600 bf on our bandsaw last winter. I have learned a good bit on the topic though so if anyone has any questions please feel free to ask, maybe I can be of some help.
Notice in the pics the infeed/outfeed table we built that wraps around our bandsaw. We had also fabricated a custom come along that pulled the sled/log through our blade steady and straight.