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Author Topic: WTB medium, manual or hydraulic Bandsaw mill -- Houston  (Read 281 times)

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WTB medium, manual or hydraulic Bandsaw mill -- Houston
« on: March 20, 2017, 02:46:32 PM »
Hello all -- I'm new to the board and the sawyer world.  I've been cutting lumber with an chainsaw mill and enjoy it so much that I want to step up into less strenuous milling.

I'm like the Timberking and Woodmizer product lines on the lower end.  I favor the Timberking 1400 (don't know the previous comparative model), but since it hasn't been on the market long, not many used ones available.  Hydraulic log lifting and turning would be great, but the TK 1220 would work just as well.

I'm not going into production milling.  Plan to saw mostly found lumber and hardwoods from arbor service.

If anyone has a mill for sale, please contact me.  Since I'm in Houston area, south of Mason-Dixon line would be best.


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