Missionary Glen Chapman tells how one small sawmill in Congo has improved lives in amazing ways.
Henry Brown diversified his hill farm in Northern England by cutting and selling timber locally with a Wood-Mizer portable sawmill.
Heini Hutter uses a personal sawmill to make lumber for repairs and improvements around his mountain farm in Switzerland.
One of Wood-Mizer’s smallest sawmills was used to cut 50% of the timber for the world’s largest freestanding timber frame structure – a Biblically-sized reconstruction of Noah’s Ark.
Wisconsin's dead urban trees could produce over 73 million board feet of lumber each year. The Habitat for Humanity of Wisconsin's Rescued Wood program is diverting these urban trees from the waste stream and providing locally rescued wood products to their surrounding community.
Timber framer David Watters knows how to accentuate big, heavy, dramatic designs by building beautiful timber frame structures with material milled on his own personal sawmill.
David Dove surprised his daughter by building a barn for her new horse with his LT15 portable sawmill.
Developed by missionary philanthropist John Enright, a co-op style honey initiative, is taking off in Zambia, and improving lives for the 10,000 individuals already involved.
Ross & Joslin Bennett from New Hampshire used their Wood-Mizer LT15 portable sawmill to build their family home for three.
A Wood-Mizer LT15 portable sawmill makes it possible for The Beamery to saw long timber frame beams and valuable reclaimed lumber.
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