Sawmill in action

Larch log being milled into 4x4 posts.

Mobile Sawmill

Milling Larch Logs
Milling Larch Logs
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Milling Process
Milling Process

First log ready for milling

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Milling Process
Milling Process

Squaring off the log

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Onsite Milling
Onsite Milling

Cladding and beams being milled for this shed

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Hardwood Milling
Hardwood Milling
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Large Douglas Fir
Large Douglas Fir

Milling a tree that was felled across house site

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Hardwood Milling
Hardwood Milling

Milling oak beams

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Milling Oak logs
Milling Oak logs
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Milling Douglas Fir Beams
Milling Douglas Fir Beams
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On Site Milling

The advantage of a

mobile sawmill means

that it can

be set up right where

the logs are! 

Two Tonne Elm
Two Tonne Elm

Cutting in half allows it to be lifted by the mill

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Half of  the Elm Log
Half of the Elm Log

Now at a workable size to mill

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Elm Log
Elm Log

Ready to cut into required size

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Section Removal
Section Removal

Removing a small section allows efficient milling

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Section Removal
Section Removal

The mill can now pass through the log

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Section Removal
Section Removal

Allows options for dimensions of product

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Sweet Chestnut
Sweet Chestnut

Cutting into quarters before milling

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Sweet Chestnut
Sweet Chestnut

Quartering allows for easier manoeuvering

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Sweet Chestnut
Sweet Chestnut

Other options for larger logs

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Large Logs

Larger logs take longer to mill and require more preparation. For more valuable timber this can still be worthwhile