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Wow wish I had room for this in the shop!
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Blimey. a slab would not last long......



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I've got the room just not enough in the wallet. Besides, if i NEEDED something cut that thick I can just take it to the millwork company i used to work for and consequently am now a sub contractor for and have them put it through their straightline saw.
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hahahahahahahahaha,, than you could make log homes in your spare time after you buy a fork lift to get the lumber on top of the saw table..

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BJ log homes might be a big seller up here in Canada.
Yep I could use that forklift to get the saw along with a milling machine and metal lathe into the shop. Ah well... it's fun to dream big!

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"Currently fitted with 16" blade which gives 3-1/2" depth of cut. Saw will cut 4-1/2" with an 18" blade."

Does something seem off with them numbers? my little 10inch blade can cut a 4x4 all the way threw how come when you increase the blade by another 8 inch its only gaining about 3/4" more of cut?

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I thought the same thing newwoodworker. It would seem that an 18 inch blade would be able to make at least a 7 inch deep cut
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Ditto. Still, your right Deb, that beast is a monster! I am actually glad NOT to have that saw to move around!

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LOL Jack, I am picturing monster wheels on the mobile base for that thing.

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