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Logs laid end to end- the difficult way
Logs laid end to end .- The difficult way without machinery !
Post and rail fencing from cypress trees.

A finestackoffinishedjoistsandRafters
A fine stack of finished joists and Rafters
Heaving the log into position
Heaving the log into position
Securing prior to sawing
Securing prior to sawing
Opening up the log
Opening up the log
"Pippy" oak flooring
“Pippy” oak flooring coming off the log.

 

End of the job
End of the job
"Pippy" oak flooring
“Pippy” oak flooring
Stacked timber drying out. A rain cover over the top is all that is required
Stacked timber drying out. A rain cover over the top is all that is required
The sawmill components laid out. It takes about 20 minutes to assemble
The sawmill components laid out. It takes about 20 minutes to assemble
Just 5 teeth on the blade
Just 5 teeth on the blade
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The safe and cleanest way to handle large logs
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Weather boarding a cattle house using cypress wood
Probably the largest log I will ever cut. - Just under 6' in diameter
Probably the largest log I will ever cut. – Just under 6′ in diameter
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As good a wood store as you will ever see
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9″ x 3″ macrocarpa floor joists for an octagonal dance floor
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Sometimes I get to work in the best places
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Finished timber and a harvest of firewood
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Sitka spruce sawlogs waiting to be processed
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Large macrocarpa sawlogs waiting for processing. – Not an efficient layout, but it got done
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Walking the top of a large log
Into the quality wood
Into the quality wood
8"x8"straining posts for fencing
8″x8″straining posts for fencing

Milling in Action

Mobile Sawmilling – timber cut in the way you want it