will there ever be a high pressure water cutter for the average
maybe someone already makes them
the paper industry uses this to cut paper
this would really cut down on sawdust
okay now you have to deal with a dust slurry but better than breathing
wonder how big the kerf is
On 7/17/2016 6:39 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Drying green wood that woodworkers go "to some grief" to obtain is
totally and completely different than drying wood that gets a little
surface dampness from a water jet. One takes a year an inch, one takes
an hour in the sun.
Add Life to your Days not Days to your Life.
On 7/21/2016 7:22 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
"Really well" is meaningless. Take a 20 lb chunk of dry, red oak, soak
it in water for 20 minutes and then check its weight. You will see it
really didn't soak up much water at all, really.
If you think using a water jet on wood will create a piece of wet wood
at all comparable to the green wood "Woodworkers go to some grief to
dry" then you are a problem looking for a place to happen. Those that
own a water jet and plan on cutting wood with it will not have a problem
with wet wood, other than some minor surface dampness.
Alcohol does not solve any problems, but then neither does milk.
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