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What happened to Ocooch Wood Supplier listed as a supporter with a link to their web Page.

 

Wood and prices appeared good was going to order some Butternut and Hard Maple and noticed they have been removed. Problems with the Company???

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They were never a sponsor but they are a great supplier.  I just placed a huge order for Cherry from them.  You cant go wrong with Ethan.  I am hoping to get them on board as a sponsor soon.  Make sure you tell him you found them through MSW and mention my name....it will help.

 

http://www.ocoochhardwoods.com/scroll_saw_lumber.php

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Ethan from Ocooch responded very quickly and the price for the 3/16 thick is the same as quarter  inch  I am putting together a list for them now  Thanks to John for starting this thread and Chuck for posting link . I was going to browse through Crown Timbers but there store is always  closed for maintenance.  Not sure whats up with that 

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I placed my order today and I bought way more than I need probably, but once i started ordering I couldn’t help it I wanted it all but the admiral only gave me so much to work with and of coarse I went over lol11BE4242-E197-4602-AACA-CB4DF7F79FD3.thumb.jpeg.4243189a55530e97841ed2991280e5a4.jpeg

 

its easier to ask for forgiveness then for permission

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    Got wood? 

 

    I have been thinking about planning to getting around to considering a project that I want to use cherry for.  Since Crown Timber closed its door and Chuck stopped selling cherry, I needed another quality, reliable source.  I checked out Ocooch based on recommendos from Chuck and others in this thread and others.  I am glad I did.

 

    They provide a good selection of woods and alot of pre-planned sizes.  While most of what I wanted was on their webpage, I needed a size that was not.  I contacted the company and Ethan responded quickly.  The prices are reasonable and the quality good.  I ordered the wood and it was received in a very timely manner.

 

    I would strongly support getting Ocooch aboard as a sponsor.  Even if that does not pan out, I highly recommend them as a wood source.

 

   No affiliation, just a satisfied customer.  Thanx Chuck for the recommendation.  :cheers:

 

   

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