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Posted on Dipping your toes into Milling your own way?

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#1 posted 05-30-2018 12:58 AM

Look up chainsaw mills on Amazon. There are a lot of Chinese made versions that are not very expensive and well rated. They should be pretty easy to modify or fix if something breaks.

It’s a lot of work and takes time but if you’re only sporadically using it, it will get the job done, and well.

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