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Unread 02-08-2013, 01:14 AM   #31
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I just figured that since people always use sawdust, it must be woods like pine and cedar that are more often (correct me if I'm wrong) used in woodworking.
Yep, most furniture is from pine. But a lot of furniture makers use oak for their high end pieces and use extraction tech. to remove the sawdust, so they can guarantee that it is 100% untreated oak, a few of the more savvy ones have discovered that what was a waste product to them is actually a good little income stream for them, especially with the recent increased awareness of the general public about good food isn't that hard to produce yourself!
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The code of the west is when burning pine logs in wood stoves is you must clean your stove pipe every cord of pine wood you burn or you will burn your home/cabin to the ground. Pine tar is very very nasty!
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well done, bro!!!
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The code of the west is when burning pine logs in wood stoves is you must clean your stove pipe every cord of pine wood you burn or you will burn your home/cabin to the ground. Pine tar is very very nasty!
Hot fires will eliminate this. Start off oak, when no white smoke burn your pine with 0 creosote.

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Any ideas on how to source/make the sawdust?
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That is really cleaver Thanks
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That is a friggin BRILLIANT idea whoever thought of it.....
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Any ideas on how to source/make the sawdust?
One chunk of hickory. Then any kind of saw knife whatever? I can make a lot of sawdust very quickly with my chainsaw. Even if you have a cheap drywall hand saw and a chunk of hickory from a walmart bag, just start sawing on it haha.
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Not a good ideal making sawdust with chain saw the dust will have chain oil in it
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Default great idea - I just got this one at Kroger's


bit larger than the round ones and..
it's a rectangular one with feet... 13 3/4" x 9 1/4" and extendable handles to 22 " -- stainless steel.. for ~ $15..

I can even hang this one with the extendable handles on the rack supports of my vertical hot smoker

http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/prod...p?SKU=11951678

I got mine at Kroger's but they carry these at bb&beyond stores also ..
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This was designed by a guy on another site back in 2010. Good write up on his efforts. Google cold smoking with pellets and a strainer
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Very niiiice....I'm buying one at lunch.......
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Not a good ideal making sawdust with chain saw the dust will have chain oil in it
Wow I guess so. Super small amount I would think. My ms170 barely even oils.

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Not a good ideal making sawdust with chain saw the dust will have chain oil in it
I disagree with your comment of using a Chain saw to make said saw dust.
I use VEGETABLE OIL in my Bar/Chain Lube Reservoir.
How is that ??????
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Any ideas on how to source/make the sawdust?
I buy it online. I'm in the UK so not sure if I post the link it'll be of any help.

Maybe do a Google search or have a ring round some furniture makers? As long as they can guarantee what the sawdust is and that it is free from nasty stuff like MDF or softwood then you're good to go.
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