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    The new Wood-Mizer XC100 is designed to be an economical and durable crosscut for small- to medium-sized timber processing companies. The XC100 cuts boards into standardised lengths. Material capacity for the XC100 is 60mm high by 200mm wide. Cants ...
      Wood-Mizer has developed a bed extension with hydraulic log handling features to help with the production of long timbers that many people require for such projects as roof construction. This extension can be added to hydraulic mills from the LT20, ...
        Although best known as the pioneer of thin-kerf narrow band sawmills, Wood-Mizer manufactures a range of other machines to help customers add value to their products - including circular saw edgers. By adding value to their products, Wood-Mizer ...
          Wood-Mizer notes widespread interest in its second small business initiative involving the combination of a small band sawmill and a moulder planer. Sales are already reported in many countries. The latest of four thin kerf sawmilling ideas suited ...
            Wood-Mizer band sawmills are designed to be mobile if necessary.Indeed, most of the 50,000 Wood-Mizer sawmills worldwide are towed behind owners' cars and pick-ups from place to place to saw logs on customers’ premises. Demand for contract sawyers, ...
              Initial enthusiasm amongst builders of cabins and other log structures for a new moulder/planer indicates it could soon become a widely used tool. Thin kerf technology pioneer Wood-Mizer developed it for producing moulded logs and figured beams. ...
                Wire free, unattached remote control band blade sawing has been brought to the world of thin kerf timber processing by Wood-Mizer. Attached, remote controlled band sawmills have already established a reputation for more convenient, controlled ...
                  Reports coming in indicate enthusiasm amongst Wood-Mizer operators for the SW-08 version of Setworks launched last year. The system automatically sets the sawmill head in the correct position prior to sawing a board to pre-programmed dimensions. New ...
                    Accuset II, latest version of the system that electronically pre-sets a cutting head at the right position for the next cut, rolled off the production lines earlier this year. Pre-programming board thicknesses is simpler, in consequence.The new ...
                      Wood-Mizer has launched its own modular kiln system to enable operators of its band sawmills to take a key step and add value to their sawn timber by curing it themselves. For simplicity’s sake, the company has developed the kit for kiln capacities ...
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