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Default THIS is a chain saw

I've never seen one this BIG before.
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that's a rock saw used in mining operations and ditch digging..
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A bit overkill for cutting bowl blanks, IMHO.

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The big question is, can you get the cut down to +/- .001?

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great for those huge redwoods......
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great for those huge redwoods......
Good to see you posting again, James. I hope everything is fine with you.
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Still fine, but getting older, Herb. Thanks for asking.


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