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Thread: Trying to make some saws...(did make a couple backs)

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    Trying to make some saws...(did make a couple backs)

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    Wow Alan, you are really getting a nice outfit set up! I've always loved seeing seeing the saws made by Mike and others, so I am really looking forward to seeing yours! I wish Mr. Wenzloff would pop in here some so I wouldn't have to go to the other forums to see what he is doing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan DuBoff View Post
    Thanks Steve, I'm hoping they grow into saws!
    If you feed them correctly they should grow into some cute little saws. If you keep breeding them though you may end up with some big panel saws one day!

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    Alan, that is very neat, making your own saws.

    I too wish Mike would pop in more often.

    I'd love to get a little milling machine like that, but they are VERY dear here in Japan.

    Cheers!
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    There is a guy selling the same kind of units here in Japan, they start at about $1000 US, I'm tempted, but for several reasons, I've not pulled the trigger yet, one is that on occasion, the good old ones DO come up for sale here in Japan, on auction for a similar price, but these are real milling machines, about 3' square and nearly 6' tall, I'd not be able to get it into the Dungeon, but I have a plan "B"

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