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Re: Woodland MIlls
« Reply #20 on: February 22, 2021, 07:15:20 PM »
I have been running the HM 130 Woodlander for 3 years now. No complaints! Woodland Mills has excellent customer service. I have cut several thousand bd ft of lumber. It does a great job. I don't have experience with any other mills. 

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« Reply #21 on: April 07, 2021, 02:09:15 PM »
  I am also VERY new to milling, in fact so new I don't even own one yet and am still in the 'research' phase.  I know there are many good products on the market and differing opinions on all but for the money and use (i.e. mostly hobby) I have been leaning towards the 130max.  The question I pose to everyone would be . . . how available are parts for your Woodland Mills mills?  I looked at the website and by all appearances the primary HQ is up in Canada.  Is that also where they build the mills and distribute parts?  Or is there a US division and if so, where in the US.  Thanks for your thoughts and comments!

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« Reply #22 on: April 08, 2021, 12:00:06 PM »
Wood land has done a good job of designing their mill around common parts available through most industrial/ ag parts suppliers. I have a Woodmizer and there is very little in the way of parts that I cant get locally through one of the Ag dealers and/or NAPA industrial and Ackland Grainger. A local friend has an HM 130 and he says that same is true of his mill as well. Go get one or do an LT15 GO. Pretty much the same mill with a marginally better build in some areas.  
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