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Author Topic: Cut my first log today. Thanks for all the help getting my mill running.  (Read 908 times)

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Offline flatrock58

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   Well I did a test run today and everything seems to be working OK.  Cut a 12' pine into 12 2 x 6 boards with a couple of 1 x 6's.  Had an issue with the first blade being dull but after changing the blade it went well. 
I got 25 blades from the previous owner.  He had sharpened them on the CBN sharpener but had not set the teeth.  I will have to figure out how to set up the BMT100 and set them correctly.  The manual I got from WM is not as clear as I had hoped.  Any clarity from someone with a BMT100 would help.
Thanks for all the help and advice ya'll have given me so for.

Steve
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That's great news, it's nice to hear of your success.   8)
Glad you got things working and especially the debarker calmed down.
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You will always remember your first log.  :)
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Good news Steve, there's no stopping you now!  ;D
~Chuck~
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Another one bitten by the saw dust bug have fun 8)
goose
if you find your self in a deep hole stop digging
saw logs all day what do you get lots of lumber and a day older
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new to forum 2 nd post  will have to introduce my self when i figure out how   just wanted to say what an adventure you have started steve, and i do remember my first log in 1998. ive never looked back,  yes some evenings i think maybe i should have taken up kniting or something , but at it again the next morning.  looks like a real nice mill,  have fun tell some stories.


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Good news Steve, start slow speed will come later. The habits you form now will follow you. I always check a log before I cut many times have discovered a nail or small stone lodged in the bark in the bands path. Get in the habit of checking your uprights before each cut, just takes a glance. Be sure to enjoy yourself mate. Frank C.
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