Joe AutoDrill (in 6gJAg.981$Pp1.805@trndny04) said:
|| First you said lumber, then you said log - which is it?
| Lumber in the form of logs... Maybe. I'm taking an educated
| guyess based on what I've been told. From what I understand, they
| are logs for a log home with flats cut on both sides to make them
| lay like lumber with a rod or some sort of holding stud between
| them. Not 100% sure.
|| If the material is marked automagically, then the equipment should
|| already know where the holes are supposed to be! Possibly you/your
|| customer are trying to solve the wrong problem...
| Manual measuring and marking application. Nothing automatic on
| this job except my drills and I think the saw.
|| If it's a log, does it need to be rotated before drilling, or are
|| all the holes located along a single line?
| No rotation. All holes on same plane.
| Big job - more like construction than actual woodworking alone.
Gotcha - but I think the difference is only of scale. The earlier
Radio Shack suggestion is good if you're (even minimally)
electronically literate. If not, you're invited to e-mail me directly
to discuss specs, schedule, and budget. :-)
DeSoto, Iowa USA