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Randy Shoe

01-30-2014 15:29:43

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I'm sure the mill from harbor freight would be of great quality. I would purchase it and call your milling company, Thick and Thin Lumber Co. It would be appropriate for the quality of boards it made.

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Russ from MN

01-30-2014 20:22:00

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 Re: Harbor Freight Question... in reply to Randy Shoe, 01-30-2014 15:29:43  
Our local sawmill used to be called Wane and Warp!

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Ivan in Mich

01-30-2014 17:07:09

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 Re: Harbor Freight Question... in reply to Randy Shoe, 01-30-2014 15:29:43  
If any bandsaw mill is not set up right you can get thick and thin lumber. I had a Wood Mizer and ran it for 15 years. One little thing goes out of wack or a bad blade and you will get thick and thin lumber. As far as blades any place that sells blade will make the to whatever length you want. When HF first started selling sawmills they were made by I think Norwood. But that may have been so the chinese could get a pattern. I knew a guy that had one of those and it worked great if you were into physical work. Some guys hook a battery drill to the feed and it worked ok

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Steve Terplak

01-30-2014 16:13:28

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 Re: Harbor Freight Question... in reply to Randy Shoe, 01-30-2014 15:29:43  
Lol, I like the name...maybe there is a niche market for inconsistent lumber

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01-30-2014 17:28:14

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 Re: Harbor Freight Question... in reply to Steve Terplak, 01-30-2014 16:13:28  
You could call it primitive and it would be worth a fortune.

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