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Gramps, I watched every second of this, how entertaining! And what an efficient operation, talking about sustainable milling! Nothing to waste. Saving this one to my all time favorites in my collection of videos, great job on the find!

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Goodness gracious! Where's OSHA?:cowboy:

Nothing wasted in that operation. Not even time.

Thanks Dave. Fun to watch.

 

Edited by Gene Howe

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thanks Gramps..

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Great video, shows how knowledge, awareness, and teamwork all come together to make a very efficient operation. Thanks, Gramps.

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Thanks Dave! :TwoThumbsUp:

 

OSHA!? :Tapping: 

Keep your hands and feet inside the ride at all times folks!;)

 

IMHO, a much better use for the sawdust than making press board out of it!:P

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4 hours ago, Larry Buskirk said:

OSHA!? :Tapping: 

Keep your hands and feet inside the ride at all times folks!;)

:Laughing::lol::Laughing:

 

Couldn't help but think of you Larry looking at the saw, the planer, and that steam governor.:P

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35 minutes ago, Grandpadave52 said:

:Laughing::lol::Laughing:

 

Couldn't help but think of you Larry looking at the saw, the planer, and that steam governor.:P

I kind of figured that Dave.:TwoThumbsUp:

What I should of said was "Keep your hands and feet inside/outside the ride at all times folks!" ;)

Some of what the operators where doing looked pretty dangerous/scary to me.

 

A few years back around here there was a guy that pushed some stuck brush into one of the big wood chipper/shredders with his foot.

The results were not pretty, :CoveringEyes: they ended up cremating the whole load of woodchips for his funeral.

Edited by Larry Buskirk

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