Since 1982, Wood-Mizer has become the world’s largest manufacturer of portable band sawmills with tens of thousands of bandmills sold. Today, Wood-Mizer offers portable & industrial sawmills, resaws, edgers, kilns, log splitters, bandsaw blades and blade maintenance equipment for woodworking hobbyists and forestry professionals all over the world.
Indianapolis, IN – Wood-Mizer, a global manufacturer of wood processing equipment, introduces a large capacity, modular, multi-head HR700 industrial resaw to their expanding product range. The industrial resaw is the latest addition to the broad range of Wood-Mizer sawmilling equipment engineered for weekend woodworkers through to high-production commercial operations all over the world. The HR700 is Wood-Mizer’s largest capacity resaw capable of handling up to 15.75” x 15.75” cants. The machine’s modularity makes it easy to expand from the standard two heads to a maximum of six heads. In its maximum configuration, the HR700 converts large cants into six boards and one slab in a single pass. Heavy, powered hold-down rollers stabilize cants on a durable twin-track steel belt conveyor as they are fed through each head during sawing. HR700 Resaw Features • Power Options o 20HP (15kW) per head standard o 30HP (22.5kW) per head optional • Cutting Capacity o 15.75” by 15.75” max cant height and width o 12’ max cant length or unlimited with additional tables • One to Six Head Modular Configuration “Wood-Mizer remains committed to offering high-quality equipment and service to a wide range of sawmilling operations throughout the world,” said Darryl Floyd, Wood-Mizer COO. “The HR700 further provides commercial timber companies the ability to process large capacity cants with the flexibility for future growth.” The Wood-Mizer HR700 industrial resaw is now available worldwide. Visit www.woodmizer.com for more information or contact your local Wood-Mizer Representative to order. About Wood-Mizer Since 1982, Wood-Mizer has earned the reputation as the world’s largest manufacturer of portable band sawmills with tens of thousands of bandmills sold around the globe. Today, Wood-Mizer offers an extensive line of narrowband portable and industrial sawmills, wideband sawmilling equipment, resaws, edgers, kilns, log splitters, pallet recycling equipment, material handling equipment, bandsaw blades and blade maintenance equipment for woodworking hobbyists and forestry professionals all over the world. For more than 35 years, Wood-Mizer has provided top quality wood processing equipment and exceptional customer service for people who want the freedom of sawing their own lumber for projects or production. For more information about Wood-Mizer, call 800.553.0182 or visit www.woodmizer.com.
Wood-Mizer, the world’s leading portable sawmill manufacturer, introduces the LX450 sawmill – the first Wood-Mizer LX series sawmill released in North America. The addition of the LX sawmill series makes Wood-Mizer the first and only company to give sawyers the choice between a monorail or twin rail sawmill in order to accommodate various sawing applications and preferences. Featuring many of the same benefits of the world renowned Wood-Mizer LT sawmill series, the new LX450 sawmill matches Wood-Mizer’s widest cut at 34” while offering the largest depth of cut at 16 ½” available from Wood-Mizer. LX450 Sawmill Specifications include: Power Options of 38 HP Kohler Gas EFI; 35 HP Yanmar Diesel option coming soon Cutting Capacity - 36” (910 mm) diameter x 21’ (6.4 m) length - 34” (860 mm) width of cut and 16 ½” (419 mm) depth of cut Introductory Price - Starting at $38,895 USD “Wood-Mizer has long been the only sawmill manufacturer of the monorail cantilever design, holding several patents on this technology and trusted by 70,000 sawmillers throughout the world,” said Greg Bacon, Wood-Mizer Sales Director. “Every sawyer has different needs and preferences which led to the addition of the LX sawmill series. You can now own an LT series monorail or LX series twin rail sawmill and receive the best support in the industry enjoyed by Wood-Mizer sawmill owners throughout the past 35 years.” A key innovation of the Wood-Mizer LX450 sawmill is the rigid LX Frame sawhead tower that holds the control panel, engine, and the sawmill head. Designed to accommodate a larger width and depth of cut, the LX Frame travels on parallel hardened steel bars on the bed and allows the operator to have better visibility during the cutting process. Standard features for the LX450 sawmill include power feed, power up/down, hydraulic log handling with a bi-directional chain log turner, a walk-along operator control console with SimpleSet Setworks on an adjustable arm, six heavy-duty fine adjustment outriggers, dragback board return, powered blade guide arm, hydraulic blade tensioning system, blade lubrication, roller blade guides, and a centrifugal clutch. Optional features coming soon include Debarker, AccuSet® 2 Setworks, and a fixed operator Command Control station located at the end of the sawmill. The Wood-Mizer LX450 Twin Rail Sawmill is now available in North America and will be demonstrated at several upcoming events. Call 800.553.0182 or visit http://www.woodmizer.com/LX450 for more information.
As the leading supplier of thin-kerf, narrowband portable and industrial sawmills, Wood-Mizer has significantly broadened its reach into the industrial sawmilling market. With the introduction of Wood-Mizer TITAN, the company now offers a full line of wideband sawmill equipment that is designed to improve timber production rates and elevate a sawmill’s operational efficiency. This new product line is a result of a purchase agreement with Multisaw, a well-established manufacturer of wideband sawmill equipment since 1990. The Wood-Mizer TITAN Line The Wood-Mizer TITAN line includes wideband primary and secondary breakdown sawmills and resaws as well as circular saw edgers, multirips, optimizing edgers, manual board edgers, and material handling equipment. The move will add further momentum to Wood-Mizer’s ability to offer innovative high capacity equipment and broaden the corporation’s global reach. “Our well-known narrowband industrial range has helped wood producers worldwide cut costs and raise yields,” says Richard Vivers, President and CEO of Wood-Mizer. “But that is just one piece of a very big market. With Wood-Mizer TITAN, we will serve the high-throughput needs of industrial operations with our established network of locations and commitment to customer support throughout the world.” TITAN wideband sawmill equipment has proven its advantages in the most demanding markets in the world. Customers, Patula Product Sawmill in South Africa, utilize the TITAN system to produce high-throughput of structural timber. Patula’s operation consists of a TITAN twin vertical bandsaw, TITAN double arbor circular multirip, TITAN twin head resaw, and two TITAN manual board edging systems. “We wanted high production wideband sawmilling technology that we could rely on to cut the quality that we want and with enough additional capacity available to grow production into the future,” said Phillip Anderson of Patula Product Sawmill. “This is exactly what we’ve now achieved,” added Troy Cooper of Patula Product Sawmill. “In the last month, we have increased throughput again by 27%.” The Wood-Mizer Product Line TITAN wideband machines will greatly expand Wood-Mizer’s range, which will now consist of two distinct product lines, each geared towards the specific volume and budget requirements of the end-user. - Wood-Mizer’s portable and industrial sawmill line continues to provide narrowband sawmilling equipment for entry level to professional and industrial operations. - Wood-Mizer’s TITAN products are strongly-built wideband sawmilling equipment for high-throughput industrial sawmilling applications. Each TITAN product is designed to operate as standalone equipment for existing sawmilling lines or to form an entire sawmilling line that can be customized to the requirements of the end-user. The TITAN line provides for primary and secondary log breakdown across a range of log diameters varying from 4” to 24” (100-600 mm). In addition, Wood-Mizer will be offering wideband blades soon for use on TITAN machines with blade widths up to 6” (150 mm).
Wood-Mizer, the world’s leading portable sawmill manufacturer, introduces new wide sawmill head options on their high production LT40, LT50 and LT70 hydraulic model portable sawmills. The wide saw head increases the maximum width of cut from 28” on the standard models to 34” on the wide head models. The new Wood-Mizer sawmill options increase cutting capacity for mobile sawyers that require extra cutting width. Before now, this expanded width of cut was only available from specialized Wood-Mizer stationary sawmills such as the LT15WIDE sawmill with manual log handling and the industrial-sized WM1000 sawmill. Cutting Capacity of Wide Head LT40, LT50, and LT70 Sawmills -36" maximum log diameter -34" maximum width of cut -21' standard log length on LT40/LT50 and 20'2" on LT70 sawmills “Wood-Mizer is always committed to providing timber processors with the best available products and features in the industry,” said Darryl Floyd, Wood-Mizer COO. “The new wide head sawmills give our sawyers more capacity for sawing wider slabs without sacrificing needs for mill mobility or lumber production.” Wood-Mizer will offer the LT40 and LT50 wide head option for an additional $795 USD. The LT70 wide head option will be available for an additional $895 USD. The wide head option is currently available on new sawmills ordered in North and South America. Visit www.woodmizer.com or call 800.553.0182 to order. About Wood-Mizer Since 1982, Wood-Mizer has earned the reputation as the world’s largest manufacturer of portable band sawmills with tens of thousands of bandmills sold around the globe. Today, Wood-Mizer offers an extensive line of portable sawmills, industrial headrigs, resaws, edgers, kilns, log splitters, material handling equipment, bandsaw blades and blade maintenance equipment for woodworking hobbyists and forestry professionals all over the world. For 35 years, Wood-Mizer has provided top quality wood processing equipment and exceptional customer service for people who want the freedom of sawing their own lumber for projects or production. For more information about Wood-Mizer, call 800.553.0182 or visit www.woodmizer.com.
Indianapolis, IN – Wood-Mizer LLC, the world’s leading portable sawmill manufacturer, introduces the unique and aggressive Turbo 7 blade profile in the high-performance Wood-Mizer Bi-Metal blade product line. With increased air flow and higher tooth penetration while sawing hardwoods, the Turbo 7 degree profile has received positive reports from high production, high horsepower, and high feed rate sawmilling operations throughout the world since its introduction in 2013. Previously only available in a standard 10 degree profile, the Bi-Metal blade product line now offers the Turbo 7 profile for a higher cut quality, faster feed rate, and longer-lasting blade especially when cutting abrasive and exotic wood species. Due to the high-alloy backing material and hardened tooth tip, Bi-Metal blades offer a combination of durability and fatigue resistance, enabling a sharp life that is up to 3 times longer than carbon blades. “While Wood-Mizer is the world’s leading portable sawmill manufacturer, we also have a commitment to provide a variety of high-quality bandsaw blades to the market,” said John Storm, Wood-Mizer Blades Manager. “The Bi-Metal Turbo 7 blade is our latest addition in our extensive blade lineup and is ideal for sawing exotic and frozen hardwoods in a production sawmilling operation.” The Wood-Mizer Bi-Metal Turbo 7 blade is now available to order in .042 x 1 ¼ and .050 x 1 ½ in a variety of lengths. Call 800.522.5760 or visit www.woodmizer.com/bimetal to order. Offering more than 60 basic blade profiles, Wood-Mizer makes blades for any type of sawing application from softwoods to hardwoods. About Wood-Mizer Since 1982, Wood-Mizer has earned the reputation as the world’s largest manufacturer of portable band sawmills with tens of thousands of bandmills sold around the globe. Today, Wood-Mizer offers an extensive line of portable sawmills, industrial headrigs, resaws, edgers, kilns, log splitters, material handling equipment, bandsaw blades and blade maintenance equipment for woodworking hobbyists and forestry professionals all over the world. For 35 years, Wood-Mizer has provided top quality wood processing equipment and exceptional customer service for people who want the freedom of sawing their own lumber for projects or production. For
Wood-Mizer LLC, the world’s leading portable sawmill manufacturer, introduces three new log splitters to their diverse line of wood processing equipment. Manufactured in the USA, Wood-Mizer’s new log splitter line is designed for farm operations, small businesses, and commercial wood splitting companies. Offering three portable, heavy-duty log splitter models, the Wood-Mizer FS300, FS350, and FS500 Log Splitters offer many unique features to the log and wood splitting market. Portability, bi-directional splitting, uniform firewood production, and an efficient and ergonomic operator location make Wood-Mizer Log Splitters a profitable investment for firewood producers. “Throughout our history, Wood-Mizer has been committed to providing the best quality equipment to process logs into marketable wood products,” said Wood-Mizer COO Darryl Floyd. “The introduction of our log splitting product line now offers firewood producers a safe and efficient product backed by the high-quality and service you expect from Wood-Mizer.” FS300 Log Splitter • One-directional splitting • Honda gas 390cc engine • 29 ton splitting force • 22 GPM, 2-stage hydraulic pump • 1 full cord/hour production FS350 Log Splitter • Bi-directional splitting • Honda gas 390cc engine • 29 ton splitting force • 22 GPM, 2-stage hydraulic pump • Up to 2 full cords/hour production FS500 Log Splitter • Bi-directional splitting • Honda gas 630cc engine • 42 ton splitting force • 28 GPM, 2-stage hydraulic pump • Up to 3 full cords/hour production The Wood-Mizer FS300, FS350, and FS500 Log Splitters are now available to order. Visit http://www.woodmizer.com/logsplitters or call 800.553.0182 for more information. About Wood-Mizer Since 1982, Wood-Mizer has earned the reputation as the world’s largest manufacturer of portable band sawmills with tens of thousands of bandmills sold around the globe. Today, Wood-Mizer offers an extensive line of portable sawmills, industrial headrigs, resaws, edgers, kilns, log splitters, material handling equipment, bandsaw blades and blade maintenance equipment for woodworking hobbyists and forestry professionals all over the world. For nearly 35 years, Wood-Mizer has provided top quality wood processing equipment and exceptional customer service for people who want the freedom of sawing their own lumber for projects or production. For more information about Wood-Mizer, call 800.553.0182 or visit www.woodmizer.com.
Wood-Mizer LLC, the world’s leading portable sawmill manufacturer, introduces the groundbreaking Vortex® sawdust-removal bandsaw blade. Available now in North America, Wood-Mizer’s new Vortex® blade is engineered for pallet producers who need boards as free from excess sawdust as possible. Developed by long-time, hands-on Wood-Mizer Blades Specialist Chris Vogel, the Vortex® blade removes dust while sawing in order to minimize or eliminate the need for sawdust removal after the lumber is processed. This extremely unique blade profile has generated positive results in high-production pallet factory tests. Pallet producer, Jeff Coomer of Indiana-based Coomer & Sons Sawmill, tested the blade and says, “The Vortex blade was getting 98 to 99% of the dust off, so it was impressive on how much dust it took off [compared to] a typical saw blade.” Additionally, Paul Smith of Smith Sawmill Service in Texas says, “The new Vortex blade does a great job of getting the sawdust off the wood. It’s going to be an asset for companies trying to produce a clean pallet.” The Wood-Mizer Vortex® blade is now available to order in .042 x 1 ¼ at any length. Call 800.522.5760 or visit www.woodmizer.com/vortex for more information. Offering more than 60 basic blade profiles and an extensive array of combinations based on tooth profile, width, thickness, tooth set and tooth spacing, Wood-Mizer offers blades for any type of sawing application from softwoods to hardwoods. Order online at www.woodmizer.com/blades.
Introducing the new Wood-Mizer FS500 Log Splitter! Featuring 29 tons of brute wood splitting force, the FS500 splits wood in both directions and produces up to two cords of firewood an hour with a 4.5 second cycle time. Fully-loaded with a heavy-duty trailer package, 2-stage hydraulic pump, oil cooler, log lift, and optional remote start, this mid-size splitter is equipped with a 3-way wedge and perfect for bundle wood and firewood businesses looking to maximize efficiency and productivity. Wood-Mizer Log Splitters are engineered for performance and built in the USA by the world leader in portable sawmills for nearly 35 years. Call 800.553.0182 or visit www.woodmizer.com/logsplitters for more information.
Wood-Mizer LLC, the world’s leading sawmill manufacturer, announces the addition of wood splitters to their diverse line of wood processing equipment. Acquiring the product line formally manufactured and marketed by Tempest Wood Splitters, Inc., Wood-Mizer now offers a variety of wood splitters ranging from compact units for personal use to commercial equipment for bundle and firewood businesses. Tempest appealed to Wood-Mizer because of the advanced design and high performance of their wood splitting equipment line. The Minnesota-based Tempest Wood Splitters, Inc. was established in 2001 by Josh Larabee and his father as a solution to the backbreaking work they experienced splitting wood by hand. “Helping people eliminate the physical work that manual log splitting demands has been a dream come true for my dad and I throughout the years,” said Josh. “I look forward to seeing our wood splitting products continue to grow and assist individuals and businesses through the high quality distribution network and reputation for outstanding customer service that Wood-Mizer has delivered to its customers for more than 30 years.” Wood-Mizer plans to offer a wide variety of wood splitting equipment beginning with top quality fully portable units and then expanding to also offer the skid-steer and auxiliary hydraulic unit attachments. The equipment will be priced from $7,000 to $25,000. “Wood-Mizer is continuously dedicated to providing our customers with a variety of high-quality wood processing equipment,” said Wood-Mizer COO Darryl Floyd. “Our new line of wood splitting equipment offers our customers yet another resourceful tool to efficiently and profitably process wood into another useful and marketable end product.” The Wood-Mizer wood splitting equipment is now available to order. Visit www.woodmizer.com/woodsplitters for more information. About Wood-Mizer Trusted by tens of thousands of band sawmill owners in more than 120 countries, today Wood-Mizer is more than just the world’s leading portable sawmill manufacturer. With nearly 35 years of industry experience and knowledge, Wood-Mizer not only offers the extensive line of portable sawmills, but also industrial sawmills, resaws, edgers, kilns, wood splitters, bandsaw blades and blade maintenance equipment for woodworking hobbyists and forestry professionals. For more information about Wood-Mizer, call 800.553.0182 or visit www.woodmizer.com.
It’s easier to decide you need a sawmill than it is to make good choices about the mill you eventually buy. Ask me. I almost made the common choice of going non-hydraulic when I bought my first Wood-Mizer. Actually my first mill was an old “portable” circle sawmill a friend had stored “out behind the barn.” It didn’t take long operating it to realize portable band sawmilling was clearly the superior option for me. Today, about five million or more board feet later, I’ve learned a little about what you should and should not consider when choosing a sawmill. I started with that old circle mill because it didn’t cost me anything beyond milling a few boards in trade but for most of us, cost is important once the decision to purchase is made. But don’t make the mistake of thinking cost is all-important. I’ve seen plenty of my fellow sawmill owners regret the emphasis they put on the initial cost of their mill without considering other things that are just as important over the long term. An important question to ask before signing on the dotted line is, “What do I intend to use this mill for and, beyond that, what am I likely to use this mill for?” Research done at Auburn University a few years ago showed me some important things anyone looking to buy a sawmill should consider. The study found, for example, that nearly half of the people buying a portable sawmill were replacing another mill because, “My previous sawmill had limited production capacity and I needed a more productive sawmill.” Another important finding of the study was that nearly 1 out of 3 mill owners might have intended to use their mill mostly for hobby use but, by the time they’d had the mill for awhile they ended up earning all or part of their income with the machine. It’s inevitable. Start milling a few sticks for your own use and pretty soon people will start showing up and asking, “Hey, can you do that for me?” It’s been my observation that whether you are buying a portable mill strictly for hobby use or, to earn all or a part of your living, you are almost sure to find you end up using the mill a lot more often and for milling a wider variety of lumber, timber, and other products than you imagined when you first decided you wanted a mill. My advice is, you’ll almost never go wrong buying a little more mill than you think you need but you will certainly regret not buying enough mill. Do some thinking about the type of product you intend to mill. If you intend to make a full or part-time living with your portable sawmill you will definitely need a mill with full hydraulics to be successful. On the other hand if you’re going to be milling long length boards or timber for your own contracting company you may be more concerned with easily cutting long lengths. You might not need hydraulics and want to focus on something like an LT15 that can easily be extended using bed extensions. Another element to consider is cost and production over the long term instead of the short. When I began to mill, I quickly learned that if I wanted to make good wages from portable sawmilling I needed to have high production and charge by the board foot instead of by the hour. With my LT70 and EG200 twin blade edger I usually average $200+ per hour charging 35 - 40 cents per board foot. I could never charge that much an hour to custom sawmill but because I have the right equipment (especially an edger) and charge for production, not by the hour, I have been financially successful. In my 15 years of portable sawmilling, I have never had my Wood-Mizer not carry its own weight in a month, even when making payments on it. Last, reliability and service are all important. I remember looking at other, and often cheaper, brands when I was looking for my first thin-kerf portable sawmill. I ended up buying a Wood-Mizer and now many years down the road I am so thankful I made the decision to spend a little more for a higher quality machine; and especially for the legendary customer support that comes with every Wood-Mizer. My LT70 is currently 7 years old. It has a remote station and many electrically controlled features. Combine staying outdoors year round in the rainy Pacific Northwest, along with the sawdust, dirt, and dust every operation will have and you will eventually need to do some maintenance on your machine no matter how much you try to baby your mill. My mill is way out of warranty but I still have free access to Wood-Mizer’s troubleshooting service. One phone call and a person that can walk you through a problem to a solution is available. Believe me, having an expert to help you use a voltmeter to figure out wiring issues when you truly do not understand wiring and electronics is HUGE! The troubleshooters know you are stressed and broke down. They are experts at walking someone like me through the diagnostics needed to fix problems both mechanical and electric. You get what you pay for in the sawmill world but by considering your sawmill purchase carefully you can help make sure you are getting what you need to be successful over the many years your machine will serve you.
Stemming from a father and son’s dream to build their own business, Hunski Hardwoods salvages diseased and dying urban trees and mills them into high quality slabs and lumber. Established in 2010 by James Hunsaker and his son Nick, the California business has increased production and efficiency with the addition of their Wood-Mizer WM1000 headrig that offers a 67” diameter log cutting capacity. Involved in the urban logging industry for over 30 years, James Hunsaker made a habit of taking his son Nick to work with him as far back as he can remember. “Early on, my dad was working by himself salvaging walnut orchards and urban walnut trees for sale to companies making wide slabs and lumber,” said Nick. “After spending some time at a few of these companies and seeing what they did with the logs, we realized we could do the same thing.” Not long after, the father and son team went from selling only logs to also selling wide slabs and Hunski Hardwoods was born. From the start, James and Nick labored with a chainsaw mill that would take up to eight hours to cut a single log depending on the size. That was until 2013 when they watched a demonstration of a Wood-Mizer WM1000 headrig and realized the potential and growth they could experience with their business. “Once we saw the WM1000 in action and how it made easy work of any sized log, we knew we needed one,” said Nick. “Before the WM1000 we could mill one to maybe two logs per day, now we are averaging three to five per day with ease. Not only can we cut more logs per day, but we are gaining one to two more slabs per log as well. We couldn’t run our business without it.” Nick recalls that in the first two weeks of owning their WM1000, they were able to mill 30 logs that yielded approximately 200 slabs. Hunski mills urban walnut logs into wide slabs, lumber, gunstock blanks, billets, and turning wood while supplying their salvaged wood products to a wide variety of clients including woodturners, woodworkers, furniture makers, gunstock makers, interior designers, and even guitar makers. “Since we go out and find the trees, salvage them ourselves and mill them, the whole process stays in house and we can tell our customers the whole story of the tree,” said Nick. Sawing 2,000 board feet and running the mill 5 hours per day, Nick says the WM1000 allows them to be more efficient with their milling by saving time and money. “We are salvaging walnut on a daily basis and the faster and more precise we can mill them, the faster we can sell them,” he said. Visit www.hunskihardwoods.com for more information.
Wood-Mizer LLC, the only sawmill manufacturer to also produce blades, introduces the durable, high performance MaxFlex sawmill blade. Manufactured with premium quality steel selected by Wood-Mizer, the new MaxFlex blade will complement Wood-Mizer’s extensive line of bandsaw blades. Featuring specialized alloy to provide longer blade flex life and increased durability, MaxFlex is a tough all-purpose blade that is engineered for maximum sawing performance. All MaxFlex blades feature a 10° hook angle with 7/8” tooth spacing and are available in these profiles: • .042 x 1 ¼” • .045 x 1 ¼” • .045 x 1 ½” • .055 x 1 ½” “Wood-Mizer continues to focus on providing the industry with a variety of blade options for any sawing application and budget,” said Wood-Mizer Blades Manager John Storm. “MaxFlex Blades gives sawmill owners a premium quality all-purpose blade at an exceptional price.” With the addition of MaxFlex, Wood-Mizer now offers blades in five distinct brands to meet every type of wood cutting application from green softwoods to abrasive and exotic hardwoods. •SilverTip, Carbon: Ideal blade for primary and secondary breakdown. •DoubleHard, High-Alloy: All purpose, durable blade for most sawing applications. •MaxFlex, Premium: Durable, all-purpose blade made with specialized alloy for longer blade flex life. •Bi-Metal, Industrial: Heavy duty blade for production sawing. Provides a longer sawing blade life, especially for cutting abrasive, exotic wood species. •RazorTip, Stellite®: Specialized stellite-tipped blade for cutting abrasive, kiln-dried, tropical, specialty and other tough wood and beams. •RazorTip, Carbide: Specialized triple chip carbide-tipped tooth blade for the hardest of hardwoods, and leaves behind a smooth finish. Offering more than 60 basic blade profiles and an extensive array of combinations based on profile, tooth height, width, thickness, tooth set and length, Wood-Mizer blades offer unmatched cutting flexibility across the board. ### As the leading manufacturer of portable band sawmills for more than 30 years, Wood-Mizer offers an extensive line of portable and industrial sawmill equipment. The company supports its equipment with legendary customer service, blades, and blade maintenance equipment. For more information about Wood-Mizer, call 800.553.0182 or visit www.woodmizer.com.