Norwood HD36 Portable Saw Mill | Scott+Sargeant Woodworking Machinery

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Get the same big-log capacity as mega-sized industrial sawmills, but at just a fraction of the price, with the LumberPro HD36 portable sawmill
– Mill hardwood and softwood logs up to 36″ (90cm) in diameter, slice boards up to 28″ (70cm) wide and process wood of any length.

Start with your LumberPro manually configured. Then add hydraulics or other commercial-capacity options down the road. Whether you are
planning on milling lumber to build your own home or planning on
milling commercially as a way of life, there’s good chance someday you’ll want to take on bigger projects. The LumberPro HD36 won’t hold you back . it’ll grow with you.

The LumberPro’s appetite for massive logs up to 36″ (90cm) in diameter combined with its best-in-class throat-opening of 28″ (70cm) give you the power to mill virtually any hardwood or softwood tree into valuable lumber.

For more information and advice contact the UK’ s largest specialist dealer for new or used woodworking machinery – based near London:

Scott+Sargeant Woodworking Machinery Ltd
1 Blatchford Road, Horsham, W. Sussex RH13 5QR ENGLAND
Tel +44 (0) 1403 273000
http://www.scosarg.com

You are welcome to visit our 35000′ Showroom: Open Mon- Fri 8 am – 5 pm.
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$30 DIY Portable Miter Saw Station – From one sheet of plywood

Read the full article http://www.daileywoodworks.com/2016/11/20/30-diy-miter-saw-stand/

My Delta Folding-Rolling miter saw stand broke as did my Craftsman miter saw. Since I make my living with a miter saw, replacing both was an immediate need. To save space and to save money, I decided to make my own miter saw stand. I thought through what I wanted. I wanted it to break down into three parts, store in a small space, and set up quickly without the need to bolt things together.

I was able to build this stand from one sheet of plywood from Home Depot. I didn’t draw up any plans, just an idea in my head. I’m going to keep refining this design, I believe it is a great concept.

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Making a Portable Workshop – Part 1

A Portable Workshop for those of you that don’t have much space and a compact cabinet you can store and carry all your stuff to work in other locations.
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Norwood PM14 Portable Chainsaw Sawmill | Scott+Sargeant Woodworking Machinery

Norwood PM14 Portable Chainsaw Sawmill | Scott+Sargeant Woodworking Machinery

Portable chainsaw mill attachment

For more information
http://scosarg.com/norwood-portamill-pm14-chainsaw-sawmill

and advice contact the UK’ s largest specialist dealer for new or used
woodworking machinery – based near London:

Scott+Sargeant Woodworking Machinery Ltd
1 Blatchford Road, Horsham, W. Sussex RH13 5QR ENGLAND
Tel +44 (0) 1403 273000
http://www.scosarg.com

You are welcome to visit our 35000′ Showroom: Open Mon- Fri 8 am – 5 pm.
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Portable Spray Booth & Air Cleaner

During several of my last few projects, I missed having a spray booth, so I’ve decided to build one based on another one I made years ago with some added improvements.
More info and plans: http://paoson.com/downloads/blog/portable-spray-booth-n59
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Portable Power Tool Safety with the Rockler T-Track System | Woodworkers Guild of America

When using portable power tools it’s very important to have your work secured, and to keep your hands out of the way of the cutting tool. Here are some tips to help you keep your project parts in place while you’re cutting them, and keep your hands safely out of the way. Remember to always make power tool safety a priority in your workshop.
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I Can Do That: Portable Workbench, Pt. 1 (Preview)

I Can Do That: Portable Workbench, Pt. 1 (Preview)

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A portable workbench that actually works like a workbench? You bet! In this first of two episodes, Chad builds the upper and lower sections to his portable workbench, creating both a reasonable height workbench (when assembled) and two sturdy saw horses (when disassembled). Pretty slick!
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