Looking for sawmills in your area? If you have storm damaged or dying trees on your property, a local sawmill owner can help turn your logs to lumber. Learn how to find and hire a sawmill service near you. Read More »
Working as an electrician on high-end custom homes in Oregon for more than a decade, Nathan Shewchuk realized there must be more to life. With eight years of hard work and dedication, along with a few helpers and a Wood-Mizer portable sawmill, Nathan accomplished his lifelong dream of building his own home. Read More »
Sawmilling operation, Vancouver Urban Timberworks, recently installed a Wood-Mizer WM1000 sawmill to produce large live-edge slabs and custom wood furniture from locally salvaged wood. Read More »
Eliminate downtime and keep sawing with these 10 helpful tips to increase your bandsaw blade life expectancy. Read More »
While working as an arborist in Colorado, Ryan Baldwin saw an opportunity to turn city trees destined for the dump into useable lumber with a portable sawmill. Read More »
When a severe thunderstorm damaged the National Champion Shortleaf Pine Tree, Wood-Mizer portable sawmill owner Joe Terral salvaged lumber from the tree to preserve its 200 year history. Read More »
Learn how Simon Petree of Green Leaf Forest Products is making a profit by sharpening his own bandsaw blades. Read More »
Understanding sawmill blade geometry and terminology can be complex. Here is a crash course in identifying different parts of a bandsaw blade and how to choose a blade profile that is best suited for your sawing application. Read More »
There are many advantages to drying your own lumber which is why the team from Wood-Mizer New York has started their very own kiln drying operation. Read More »
By discovering a profitable method to reclaim antique heart pine from historic buildings, Marc Poirier of Longleaf Lumber is providing wood with a résumé throughout the world. Read More »
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