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SAW-MILLING A VALUABLE BAR TOP OUT OF A LOG THAT CAME FROM THE FIREWOOD PILE



In this video I finish up the White Pine log into usable and one live edge slab.

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20 thoughts on “SAW-MILLING A VALUABLE BAR TOP OUT OF A LOG THAT CAME FROM THE FIREWOOD PILE”

  1. I've been away for a while. When I tuned in tonight l found that your ancillary entertainment features have really improved. And I thought the channel was already great!

  2. Nathan, as I watched you cut the white pine log, in my mind and memory went back to my millwork shop and the smell of the cutting of pine. I sometimes go over to a sawmill to get my fiv on the aroma of the sawdust. Most of the time, they're cutting hard maple, quite different than pine.

  3. I recently had to cut down 3 large 80 year old maples. . . . . They are narly and have waves in them as well. With intersecting split off from the main trunk. I would love to find someone to cut them to reveal their inner beauty like u do. How long should they sit before attempting that. . . . Oh any see suggestions who could do that.
    Love watching you. You are wise in the way of the wood.

  4. That was some nice white pine lumber. Sometimes woods that are kind of "boring" can surprise, like that area on the timber with the three knots together. Got to see a sawyer up here saw up a willow tree, and instead of straight featureless grain, it looked kind of tiger striped or quilted. Have you ever been surprised by a usually "plain" species?

  5. Thanks Nathan it’s great to see one of your new videos up especially on nights like this at 2:30 am when I’m having trouble sleeping. Thanks mate 👍🏻🇦🇺

  6. If you hadn't done the reference cuts, you would have had 1 x 6s I know the pith is junk, but wasting good material to keep it out of the lumber is not what I would do. leaving what you took off on the log would have saved a cut, and made the 1x6s you said you would rather have had. just a thought friend, I like your videos.

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