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Author Topic: Small Sawmill work shop. Princeton, WV registration required.  (Read 704 times)

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Hello,

Registration is done through this link. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/profitable-small-sawmill-workshop-2016-tickets-22429225417

Date: Thursday, June 2nd
Hours: 9-4
Location: Wood Education and Resource Center
301 Hardwood Ln – Princeton, WV 24740
RSVP: Pre Registration Required $30
Web: outreach.cnr.ncsu.edu/ncwood

Join us for the day to attend the Small Sawmill Workshop. Wood-Mizer will be hosting
several sessions throughout the day and giving LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS of a Wood-
Mizer equipment!
• Workshop Focus:
• Profitable small sawmill business planning and production
• Marketing for small sawmill operations
• Grade sawing and hardwood lumber grading
• Drying lumber properly to avoid lumber degrade
• Producing value-added products like cabinets, furniture, and millwork
• Reports from successful sawmill operations
• PLUS LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS of an LT40 Super Hydraulic portable sawmill,
board edger, band resaw, and molder/planer

Thanks Marty
“A pessimist sees difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees opportunity in every difficulty.” -Winston Churchill


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