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Thread: Anyone making there own homemade band saw mill?

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    Building your own would be cool, but you can get used mills made by small operations for very little over the cost materials. I think we paid $5000 for ours.

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    Dec 2013
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    Houston, TX
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    Here's my homemade bandsaw mill. Jet JWBS-14SF with 160-in. table (80" on either side of the blade), and log carriage that is supported by rollerblade wheels embedded in the table. First logs were +/- 250 lb pie-shaped red oak cants. Build design is based on this site http://www.afterhourswoodshop.com/Ho...ndsaw-log-mill. I've also due Alaskan chanisaw mills and cut by hand a (very) few +/- 4' logs with a logging saw. Also, a picture of the end result.

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