Wood-Mizer introduces the WM4500 industrial sawmill featuring several structural and performance enhancements to the sawmill head and bed for improved sawing productivity. As Wood-Mizer’s next generation flagship industrial sawmill, the all-new WM4500 continues a long tradition of providing commercial sawmilling equipment solutions throughout the world.
Wood-Mizer introduces the FS150 dual action 20 ton log splitter designed for homeowners and small landowners looking for an affordable and highly durable American-made log splitter.
Wood-Mizer announces the sponsorship of an urban wood seminar at the International Woodworking Fair in Atlanta, GA.
The Wood-Mizer exclusive Vortex® dust-removal blade profile is now available in DoubleHard high-alloy steel resulting in a more durable blade that delivers up to twice the toughness and sharp life compared to carbon steel blades. Introduced in 2016, Vortex® dust-removal technology was previously an exclusive feature of SilverTip carbon steel material used primarily in high-production resawing operations.
Wood-Mizer sawmill highlights from the Great Portable Sawmill Shootout at the 2017 Paul Bunyan Show in Cambridge, Ohio!
Wood-Mizer has acquired the Swedish company, MOReTENs AB, placing a full range of popular 4-sided planer/moulders, table saws, spindle moulders, and CNC routers into Wood-Mizer’s globally available product range.
Zero turn mowers join the Wood-Mizer product range recognized throughout the world for first-class manufacturing, top-quality components, and exceptional customer service.
Wood-Mizer introduces the EG100 twin blade board edger designed for sawyers looking for a low cost, highly durable edger to improve overall production and efficiency by edging sideboards and slabs.
Wood-Mizer introduces the FS350 skid steer log splitter engineered for farming and ranching operations that already have a skid steer loader or front loader.
Wood-Mizer announces winners of their 2017 Personal Best Contest - a tradition since 1985 that recognizes Wood-Mizer sawmill owners who have built dream woodworking projects by sawing their own lumber.
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