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Economical, robust, single head resaw from Wood-Mizer

Economical, robust, single head resaw from Wood-Mizer Wood-Mizer has developed a single head resaw. The new resaw converts cants or blocks into boards or battens and, by doing the resawing operation on a dedicated saw, greatly increases the productivity of the initial breakdown sawmill.

Based on the widely used Wood-Mizer LT70 sawmill head, the resaw is robust and designed for multi-shift operation.

There are two models in the series;

    The SHR-F entry level re-saw which was designed to keep costs low, features a rubber belt feed system with a top hold-down roller, providing an efficient and productive saw.
    The SHR-T model incorporates a steel track feed system for maximum durability and accuracy with angled, pressure-feed side rollers. This model features a tilting head that facilitates the cutting of feather-edge boarding for fencing, lap-siding and angled moulding blanks.
Both saws are able to feed at up to 30m/min and can be used as stand-alone units or as part of a sawmill line.

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