The sawmill is done and working great. Adding the handle helped allot when pushing the saw through the log. The handle is removable by just pulling the handle up and removing the lag bolts holding the arms in. The handle is held on by through m...
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Location: Barrie, Ont.
I have been a wood hobbyist since 1988. Spent a large amount of time building tools and tool stands for the shop. Seems I never have enough time to build everything I want to. I try to build most of my projects from scrap wood.
-- Sean G, Barrie, Ontario
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The rails and log bed with log clamps are complete and after testing it by cutting another log I found some short comings with the clamps and my right blade guides. Here is the new blade guide for the right side and it works much be...
Got the blade guides and guards completed this weekend. It took longer than I thought to make the bearing guides but they turne out good. I put them in slots that prevent the nut from turning so I can tighten them from one side only. ...
I managed to get the gantry with height adjustment made this weekend. Made two L shaped legs and put 5” wheels on them. I used 1/4” lag bolts to hold the wheels on. To make the guides/clamps I made a box that the gantry can slide...
I have been thinking of building a small band sawmill for about a year or more and finally decided to make one. I built a bandsaw from Mathias at woodgears and love it. So I decided to use the same design but modify it to cut horizontally. It will...