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Author Topic: Manual mill versus hydraulic mill. ( Woodmizers)  (Read 4776 times)

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Offline Chris Burchfield

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Re: Manual mill versus hydraulic mill. ( Woodmizers)
« Reply #20 on: July 16, 2010, 09:29:19 AM »
Paul, it would have to be placed to cover my saw position at the head of the controls on my WM.  Most of it would be behind me as I saw to maintain clearance for the head to be fully returned.  I'm six feet tall and don't have to duck walking under the edge.  Mill placement so my back is to the South is most ideal.  Centering it at the Command Control, sun will hit low on my legs early morning and late afternoon. 
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Re: Manual mill versus hydraulic mill. ( Woodmizers)
« Reply #21 on: July 16, 2010, 09:38:59 AM »
chris,
 sounds like a good deal. i need one of those over my wood splitting spot, sure gets too hot there sometimes, and its out in the open. pc
life is too short to be too serious. (some idiot)
2013 LT40SHE25 and Riehl edger,  WM 94 LT40 hd E15. Cut my sawing ''teeth'' on an EZ Boardwalk
sawing oak.hickory,ERC,walnut and almost anything else that shows up.
Don't get phylosophical with me. you will loose me for sure.
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