Kiln full of walnut crotch!

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  1. Flacer22

    Flacer22 Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    Well it's not totally full of walnut crotch but got a good bit of it stacked on end there. And once it's out bandsaw is right there so I don't have far to go to process it down to blanks!!

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    I must have missed something. What kind of blanks?

    And you've got more access to the interior of your kiln than that one door?
     
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    Flacer22 Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    Random blanks all kinds of stuff really I supply a couple different comercial call manufacturers then lots of other random stuff.


    And ya the entire thing is on a track and rolls out. We roll it out unload reload and roll back in. It's a vacuum kiln.

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    Sweet set up! Thanks for showing us your operation Andy:good2:
     
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    Tony Hardwood Enthusiast Staff Member Global Moderator Full Member

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    That is totally cool, I'd love to see more about the setup.
     
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