Please see FAQ's page as a stationary sawmill can cut up to 48 ft. I have included a lot of information for you on this website to help you learn about one man or recreational portable sawmilling, and sawmills, and I really do hope you take the time to read the whole site especially the FAQ's. Please see Sitemap for brief descriptions on all the pages on this web site. I assume that you just want to cut lumber when it pleases you, using your own timber. You do not want to tie up a whole lot of money in a portable sawmill that will have to produce lumber 8 hours a day, week after week, just to recover the cost. You need a low cost solution so the sawmill can sit for a week or two without operating, while you use the lumber you have produced.
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Check out the prices yourself of the steel list. The steel list in the actual plan is also broken down to the actual sizes needed, the list provided here is merely an example for you to check prices. Note that you get a written text, a diagram, and also a photo to match not shown for each of the steps needed to complete the sawmill.
Shown below is an example of the written directions for the stabilizer legs and a diagram. Click here for the steel list. The stabilizer holder would have to be sized accordingly. See previous page. Legs do not have to fit box perfectly, some slack is O. Weld flat face of the 4 - 6" x 6" feet with ground cleat to the bottom of the 2" x 2" 24" long legs, with cleat facing down, center feet on bottom of leg and use weight of leg to hold to the ground. Face ground cleat across the mill side to side.
Install plate over top of all 4 legs or drill hole in base of legs to let out water. Raise legs to full up position, then drill holes through leg above stabilizers to install bolt for mill transport.
Some lock bolts have come loose during transport and ripped off legs. Warning : Do not weld feet to legs out of the mill stabilizers. Fit legs into stabilizer holders first, then weld feet, or you will have to lift the mill up high to install legs.
Build it yourself plans by Procut Portable Sawmills for an affordable portable sawmill Our sawmill can cut any size lumber and converts to a towable trailer in minutes. The Saw Mill. Mill Pictures and Video. Plan Example. Hardware Pkg. Earn Extra Money. Air Drying. Bandsaw Mills. Estimate Tree Height. Swing Boom for Lifting Logs. Saw Tables. Gas and Oil Mixture Chart. Lumber Tables. Double Ended Sawbars. Work Shop Shelving. Stories and Laughs. Contact Us. Order Form. Here is an example of 2 pages from the Procut Portable Sawmill Plans.
Sawmill Plans Procedure 9.