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  • Ship saw restoration video

    Cool video here (Fay and Egan Shipsaw). With unique power source!

    https://youtu.be/oec5PoZXU8k
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    Re: Ship saw restoration video

    Very interestingly, thanks for posting.
    John
    If you learn from your mistakes, then I'm getting a fantastic education.

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      Re: Ship saw restoration video

      Pretty interesting. I like how the saw rotates instead of the table for doing angled cuts. I also like the rack and pinion rotation gearing.

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        Re: Ship saw restoration video

        The guy on the Sampson Boat Company youtube channel uses a massive ship saw to cut the sawn beams for the ship he's restoring. It's pretty cool to watch.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKEd3ro3Z4I
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          Re: Ship saw restoration video

          Interesting video, did a little search and found some more interesting facts. Sailcargo Inc is a Canadian registered company with a mission to develop a carbon neutral transportation system. (ie cargo sailing ships). The saw is located in their "jungle shipyard" in Costa Rica where they are building their first ship CEIBA a 45 M wooden tall ship. They chose Costa Rica as their home base as Costa Rica as a country is committed to be carbon neutral by 2021.
          https://www.sailcargo
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            Re: Ship saw restoration video

            Originally posted by drzaius View Post
            The guy on the Sampson Boat Company youtube channel uses a massive ship saw to cut the sawn beams for the ship he's restoring. It's pretty cool to watch.

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKEd3ro3Z4I
            I've been following that restoration for a while now. His use of the shipsaw shows exactly how it is a indispensable piece of shipyard machinery.
            The difference between a master and a beginner: The master has failed more times than the beginner has even tried.

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