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Old 09-10-2005, 11:18:03 PM
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Today was my first time visiting the Belwood Antique Tractor and Engine show in Belwood, NC and I must say that I had a great time. What a bunch of great folks that run this show!!!

I took a few pictures of a neat exhibit they had. Can anyone guess what this is???
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Just a guess could it be a saw that cuts barrel staves, I have heard of them but never seen one.
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William was right that is a mill for cuttng barrel staves, There is going to be one of these coming up for auction at the Cornett auction in Va. Nov 4th & 5th that Aumanns are conducting.

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LOOKS like a big hole (JAWS-III ) saw, but I think William is right.
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William, you won the prize!!! Good job. This is a barrel stave saw and it was very interesting to watch it in operation.

John, thanks for the tip on the one Aumanns is going to auction. I would like to have one of these for a "conversation" piece.

And Paul, you always add a nice comical touch to any post here on the Smokstak. I sure wish we could have met up in Portland. Oh well, maybe next year.
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Well... Here's another one... Taken at the White Pine show at McGrath Minn... This one was sposed to be used to make Pickel Barrels....

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And here's the machine that cut the staves to length and made the groove for the top and bottom... It was Fun to watch them try to make the last stave fit so they could get the bands on.

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