How to Adjust Blade Guide Rollers
Blade guide rollers add extra precision and stability to bandsaw blade while cutting. They also control blade position relative to the sawmill bed. To check if your blade guide rollers are set correctly use a special ruler that was supplied with your sawmill.
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.
How to Increase Timber Production and Recovery
With Wood-Mizer machines, increasing your sawmilling production volume and timber recovery is an accessible and intelligent business. Upgrade your sawmilling operation and improve productivity by adding resaws and edgers to your sawmilling line.
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.
Sawing Logs into Lumber
There are many different sawing methods and techniques to turn logs into lumber including live sawing, cant sawing, plain sawing, grade sawing, and quarter sawing. To get you started, here is an introductory course in sawing your logs to lumber.
Swedish Homestead Series: How to Operate a Wood-Mizer Sawmill Outdoors in the Winter
In this video, Swedish farmer Simeon Fuchs explains how the LT40 hydraulic sawmill helps his farm stay profitable every season. After 15 years and 5,000 hours of milling, Simeon and his father continue to operate their Wood-Mizer sawmill even outdoors in subzero temperatures.