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Monday, February 25, 2013

car full of basswood, this is only part of it :)

ok today i went to the amish neighbor elmer,, and he cut this up for me its a rough cut,, i didnt know he had a portable sawmill what is really neat,, its a huge bandsaw on wheels,, i was able to watch him cut these all less then an hours time,, this is only half of what i had cut,, the other amish took to long , he and to expensive,, now i have to plane these down,, i had him cut them 1/4 of an inch bigger so that i could plane them down later,, now to look for a nice small planer,, had one years ago,, a table top from craftsmans,, ok but i can also just cut up what i need at the time,,, this are 1 3/4 x 1 3/4 x 7 feet long,, i see lots of santas and honey bears to come,, :)

1 comment:

Wes Mace said...

I live in Delaware and was at the Lancaster show and was wondering if that is basswood,and where might one aquire that?