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    Very nice Stephen.

    Catching up on milling jobs, this one contacted me back in May! Pretty far from Brantford.
    19" dia walnut, about 10'.
    I'm considering going back to regular chain from milling chain. Milling chain is a nicer finish, I'm after speed now.... I could always gradually sharpen a smaller angle.

    I did try a blower at my place for milling. It made a nice saw dust tornado up my face shield.

    I am prefering to run the aux oiler, seems to keep the chain a bit cooler.


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    Edit. Looking at the grain in the second pic it looks like a wolf.
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    Nice slab!

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    Nice looking piece of wood. I've been using rm2 chain @ 10. Started at the stock 30, and brought it back as I sharpened. I'm pretty happy with the performance, but I haven't used anything else. I got 200' for $440. I'll take old Stihl green chain over anything Oregon makes any day.
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    Edit. Looking at the grain in the second pic it looks like a wolf.
    A little more to the left, I see an old man with a big nose and a big mustache.

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    Screaming banshee, facing to the left, slightly lighter colored tip of the nose.
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    Pretty cool
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    Fabricating one of those looks like it would be a helluva fun project!!!

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    Amazing what can be built with wood.
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    Cool beans ! That’s a nice set-up and probably a fraction of the cost of a commercially built one