Tennessee Curly Cherry


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Here a couple pics of curly cherry lumber. Look at the outside of the boards in the first pic, thats what a curly tree will look like.

I want to show you what I got from Houston today. Talk about a box maker check this out.

Put a few more sticks of lumber up on the rails.

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There have been times that I’ve been serious and some, even wood related, but have never hj’ed a thread :rolleyes:! Just messin with ya Spanky, really looking forward to you participation. 

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28 minutes ago, Bankstick said:

I'm with treeslayer. Anyone see the viral photos on the 'Net of Walmart customers? Some of them are hilarious, others you wonder where they came from.

I don't need no stinkin pictures, I got Walmart. Live and in person.

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The sap burl not a wood burl like you see on most tree’s. It’s made from tree sap running out of the side of a tree and forming on the side of the tree. They grow every year you can see the layers on it.

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2 minutes ago, Chestnut said:

Won't split a 49" log. I'm going to ignorantly say that doesn't seem like that large of a tree, why split it? I must watch to many matt cremona videos.

Do you have a mill that can cut a 37’’ wide board? All the mill here want saw a log over 36’’.

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12 minutes ago, Spanky said:

Do you have a mill that can cut a 37’’ wide board? All the mill here want saw a log over 36’’.

I know nothing about mills. What i do know is from watching the videos that Matt Cremona posts about building his own custom band mill that has some 72" of capacity or something. So no useful relevant information.

4 minutes ago, Spanky said:

A tree can get to big that you can’t sale it. I have cut a few that nobody wanted to buy.

Huh never thought that'd be a problem... Things you don't think about when the widest board the lumber yard sells is like 15"

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