Robbinsdale Maple Offcut [Making sure the saw still cuts wide]

After having taken my sawmill apart to paint it, I wanted to make sure everything went back together correctly and is still calibrated. I saved this offcut from a log I cut about a year ago so I would be able to make a wide test cut to verify the saw still cuts consistently.

Slabbing the Robbinsdale Maple:

https://www.mattcremona.com/making-lumber/slabbing-the-robbinsdale-maple

Building the Sawmill:

https://www.mattcremona.com/making-lumber/bandsaw-mill-build/bandsaw-mill-build-introduction

Plans for the Sawmill: https://www.mattcremona.com/shop/plans/wide-cut-bandsaw-mill-plans

Sponsors
Recent
Log Trailer

Making Ramp Mounts for my Trailer

I wanted aluminum ramps so they’d be lightweight and I bought some vs making them myself because after building this trailer, I just wanted to

Woodworking Projects

Walnut Dressing Vanity Build

To start things off, I’ll make the panel which will become the sides and top. While that’s sitting in the clamps, I’ll prep the material

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.