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Port orford cedar

Discussion in 'Wood For Sale' started by Mike1950, Jun 10, 2018.

  1. Mike1950

    Mike1950 Founding Member Founding Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    At the mill. Cannot get rid of the wrinkles. :(

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    It's beautiful tho :treehugger:
     
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    Love to get a LFRGB of this for my craft business. Beautiful grain.
     
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    That is one primo slab! Smells good, from what I've been told. Chuck
     
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    Mike1950 Founding Member Founding Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    Couple other pieces, 6 hrs cutting. I am tired.

    Mrytle

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    More cedar

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    Mike1950 Founding Member Founding Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    It smells wonderfull.
     
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    Mike1950 Founding Member Founding Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    Planed, this varies but 10-20% it will dry fast now thait is cut.

    Dry inside

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    Mike1950 Founding Member Founding Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    Mrytle, this piece is all over as far as moisture. 10- 28%

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    I'll take as much POC as you can cram into a LFRGB. Have you decided on a price yet? Will take any thickness under 3"
     
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    Yeah, this is getting complicated. I will go back to Rick Hearne and take a look at the POC logs he has and check his cutting schedule. If he has some curly stuff, which is likely the case, then I will wait until he processes it for instrument sets. His shop foreman did confirm that he plans to cut guitar sets out of it. That processing yields a lot of rejects that he sells as cut-offs for $2 per lb. Those will be fine for my craft business.

    I just bought 27 sheets of walnut rejects that he had cut to 3/16ths thickness for guitar sets. See photo below. Beautiful stuff but had too many small knots for guitars.

    So go ahead with your sales to other buyers and I'll get back with you if needed. Thanks for sending the photos. That's beautiful wood you have and I know it will sell quickly.

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    Works fine for me. Most are going to guitar guys for more dollars.

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