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cutting oak urn

Posted by fozzyb (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 27, 09 at 1:45

I just had a urn built for my motherinlaw out of oak but it is an inch and 3/4 to tall what would be the best way to cut it down without damage is octogon in shape ...?

I thought bandsaw ?

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RE: cutting oak urn

Without seeing it, a bandsaw would be my guess. You might just take it back to whoever made it for you and ask them to cut it down.

RE: cutting oak urn

Sight unseen I'd say a band saw. If it wobbles make some kind of sled for it to slide on.

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