Tips and How-Tos
How to Saw in Cold Weather
As colder temperatures arrive and logs begin to freeze, here are helpful sawing tips, reminders, and answers to common questions to compete with the cold weather sawing challenges faced by sawyers this time of year.
How to prepare your sawmill for cold winter
Sawing in cold weather can be challenging; however, here is a checklist to ensure you and your sawmill are prepared to tackle the winter sawing season.
How to choose the best cutting tools in your workshop?
The more machinery you have in your workshop, the more often you’re faced with the dilemma of which cutting tools to choose, what is essential for each sawing application, and how to make sure that a particular choice will work well for you.
Watch This Before Buying a Sawmill - SWEDISH HOMESTEAD Series
A Swedish homesteader shares three tips that he learned from his father and his own experience to make the right decision when you purchase a sawmill.
Mobile Contract Sawmilling in Scotland
Five tips on contract sawmilling from an experienced Scottish sawmiller. Watch this interview to learn more tips about contract wood cutting with a mobile sawmill.
Wood-Mizer Four-sided Planer Moulders Product Overview
Wood-Mizer offers a range of four-sided planer moulders that are versatile and easy to use. This article will help you to understand the difference between them and make an informed buying decision.
Introducing Wood-Mizer’s MR200 Double Arbor Multirip
Wood-Mizer launches a new industrial multirip - a versatile highly-efficient machine with two arbors, each with up to 12 circular saws and capable of sawing timber up to 200 mm thick.
How to Service a Sawmill
Wood-Mizer sawmill owners are interested in the efficiency of sawing. In order to maximize the sawing time, you need to do regular maintenance and replace spare parts, so that you could avoid unnecessary breaks at work. Following the advice below, will help provide longer run-times and better sawing quality of your sawmill.
Wood-Mizer Woodworking Equipment Overview
Start making finished wood products with Wood-Mizer woodworking equipment including planer moulders, planer thicknessers (jointer planers), spindle moulders, multi-planers, and table saws. The Wood-Mizer range of woodworking equipment is capable of moulding, planing, jointing and thicknessing and dimensional cutting.
How to avoid "wavy" cuts
Many operators know this problem: during sawing "wavy" cuts appear. The problem is really serious, but you can solve it. Let us examine, step by step, all the factors affecting the sawing process. There are four of them: the operator, the sawmill, the blade and the wood.