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Re: 4" wood carving grinder

John K Jordan
I often use a chain saw to skim off significant amounts of bark.

I also have an Proxxon Marlin that came with a carbide burr, chainsaw disk, and other disks. It, however, uses 2" disks and might not be good for removing a lot of bark. It's not dangerous unless you let it run into your leg.

A large commercial sawmill here has a rotary debarker they run all the logs through before they saw them. I wonder if a someone near you has a similar piece of equipment and would be willing to debark your logs for a small fee.

JKJ

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