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Got my new MP-32 sawmill !!!

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jarheadmon61:
Recently brought home my new MP-32
Sawmill!! Cut my first log just the other day and the saw performs just as described !! Cut my first beautiful oak beam! Wow, I'm excited about all the lumber I'm going to cut and the list of projects I've been dreaming about for years! Thanks To Billy at Cooks Saw for his help and for a great transaction! Thanks to everyone there at Cooks Saw for making a great product and for making my dreams come true!

planerofwood:
Hello Jarheadmon61, I too have been considering a Cook mill, How long did it take to build and what features does it have.
Thanks, Steve

thecfarm:
@jarheadmon61,welcome to the forum,even if I am a little late. Missed ya the first time around. What's the plan for the lumber?

PineNut:
When I bought my MP32, I got it with one of their packages. This included the trailer package, 12 volt head up & down, 12 volt forward & reverse, 12 volt loading winch & turner and the log loader ramps. Since I have a tractor with FEL, I only use the loader ramps on large logs. I also use the FEL and a chain to turn the large logs. The winch needs a little help winch turning a larger log. For the smaller logs, I just use a cant hook. I also got a 22 foot bed, which is used occasionally. Another item that I use frequently and I would highly advise getting if you are going to cut 8 foot and shorter logs is an extra squaring arm and log clamp. As supplied, the mill will cut an 8 foot log but it has to be positioned in a very precise location.

This is a very good mill if you are not trying to make production rates. If you have a large amount to saw, donít even consider anything without hydraulics.

For delivery, I would recommend taking a long day and go and pick it up at the factory. Plan on spending several hours at the factory so you can tour the plant and get a good introduction to use and maintenance of your mill.

jarheadmon61:
Thanks for the welcome, cfarm ! I plan to first build a house for the saw and next a workshop.

 planerofwood, it takes about 3 months for saw to be built with a $1000 deposit, the remainder due when u pickup. Mine has the 12v electric up down and 20ft cut, electric winch. In hindsight I would do as pinenut did and add the third squaring arm and log clamp. I have already run into issues with that when trying to cut shorter logs. Mine is manual forward and reverse which I don't mind but make sure you don't mind walking  and pushing frequently. Although It's good excersize and it beats paying for a gym membership! Otherwise you can add the 12v forward and reverse!

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