Milling Some Bigger Small Logs

Continuing on with my conquest to rid my driveway of logs.  This time, I’m getting into some larger and more interesting elm logs.

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  1. hi matt
    i really enjoy the cutting videos and am so glad all your welds are holding up to the pressure and vibration.
    can you have the old blade sharpened? it could be cheaper than buying a new one.
    do you check your wood for metal before cutting it
    garry

  2. The video is awesome but do yourself a favor and get a back brace to protect yourself. I wear a brace when working with my larger slabs in my shop. It’s a life saver

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