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  1. I was thinking the same thing David. Thanks. ...

    I was thinking the same thing David. Thanks.

    John
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    Beautfiul wood and beautiful workmanship with a...

    Beautfiul wood and beautiful workmanship with a design that really works well in all it's elements. I predict many memorable meals around that table. Are chairs to follow?

    John
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    Nice to see you drop by Scott. I hope all is...

    Nice to see you drop by Scott. I hope all is well at your end and that you'll have time to share some of your knowledge more often.

    John
  4. I'm not a fan of the style but I sure admire your...

    I'm not a fan of the style but I sure admire your choice and use of the wood and the craftsmanship it took to build it. Congrats.

    John
  5. My preference always is to buy used, but I...

    My preference always is to buy used, but
    I looked for 6 months and never found a used mill in the size/price range I wanted. I didn't want to wait any longer so after lots of research I chose the...
  6. Putting together the Woodland Mills HM-130 Mill and Woodlander Trailer

    I placed a phone order with Woodland Mills this past Monday and on Tuesday I picked up my HM-130 mill and trailer crates from the Buffalo, NY distribution center. Picking it up saved me the shipping...
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    PSA: Qualspray AM-6008 Rebuld Kit

    I've had my AM-6008 HVLP gun 3 or 4 years now, and probably sprayed over 50 gals of various products through it in that time. I had an air leak under the front packing nut last year sometime so I...
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    I always try to be, Jerry. But to be honest,...

    I always try to be, Jerry. But to be honest, these are medium sized black walnut, at best, around 22" dia. They often get over 36" here in the NE and then I have to pass. And a guy a couple of...
  9. If your gun is a gravity feed HVLP gun you need...

    If your gun is a gravity feed HVLP gun you need at least a 1.8 mm N/N to spray GF's HP, and you will likely still have to add about 5 - 6% H2O to get the viscosity down to around 50 seconds #4 Ford...
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    Woodland lists the required torque for every both...

    Woodland lists the required torque for every both type used. The only way I have to do that is manually with a torque wrench. Must have torqued well over 200 bolts/nuts today on the trailer. The...
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    Good idea, John. I'll start a new thread with...

    Good idea, John. I'll start a new thread with the rest of the build and initial start up. At this point the sawhead and carriage are as I last left off since it was raining yesterday. I spent the...
  12. VFD's are a good choice up to 3 HP motors. Above...

    VFD's are a good choice up to 3 HP motors. Above that, though, they go up in price dramatically, at least from what I saw when I was looking for one that could handle 5 HP. So we ended up using a...
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    Congrats; that's a huge step up. Delivery sure...

    Congrats; that's a huge step up. Delivery sure took long enough - I would have worn the carpet out in impatience.

    John
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    How large are the logs you want to mill? I just...

    How large are the logs you want to mill? I just (two days ago) bought a Woodlander HM-130. I've been milling with a chainsaw mill for over 10 years and decided to stop at 30" even though I could...
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    What tractor? No, no tractor, nor any other easy...

    What tractor? No, no tractor, nor any other easy means of moving logs. This is what I use. It will pick up a log up to about 30" diameter, one at a time of course, and will go behind my car or an...
  16. I normally wipe it on with a folded paper shop...

    I normally wipe it on with a folded paper shop towel. Most cloth materials have too much fuzz in them, which always ends up in the finish. Cheesecloth? I agree with the comment that it's too...
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    Well, at least you have a tractor, Tony. ...

    Well, at least you have a tractor, Tony. Regardless though, you are right, milling is the easy part, and it should be even easier once I get the bandsaw mill up and running. Getting the logs to and...
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    One of the guys I admired most in my corporate...

    One of the guys I admired most in my corporate days used to call himself a hillbilly who went to college! I'm sure we'd get along well, Martin. I picked up the mill and trailer crates at the...
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    I had one peavey already to use with my very...

    I had one peavey already to use with my very manual chainsaw mill. But I bought another from Woodland Mills because it can be clamped to their trailer for transport, and so that a friend can help...
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    I'm hoping you folks will help educate me, so...

    I'm hoping you folks will help educate me, so please do. What pitfalls should I be aware of? A friend recently built a bandsaw mill and he reports having very little trouble from the get-go, and...
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    I'm in the game

    I ordered a Woodland Mills HM-130 Woodlander this morning and will pick it up tomorrow at the Buffalo, NY warehouse which is only 20 miles from my house. I debated the pros and cons of spending the...
  22. I just finished spraying a cabinet that had been...

    I just finished spraying a cabinet that had been finished with WB varnish 22 years ago. I sanded the surfaces I could get to with my ROS with 150 grit to break the sheen but not to remove the...
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    Why would you need/want to upgrade? I would just...

    Why would you need/want to upgrade? I would just buy whatever currently available system fits your gun and start enjoying the benefits of the PPS system. I've had it on my gun for 3+ years. ...
  24. I read it as saying the product can be used w/o...

    I read it as saying the product can be used w/o catalyst/hardener (they seem to use the words interchangeably which is strange) or with one of two catalysts for "slightly improved" performance. To...
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    So after thinking about the ground level mill...

    So after thinking about the ground level mill some more, I decided that buying the trailer package is a better way to go for me. I just know I will want to move the mill no matter where i site it...
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