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Sawmill, machine, or plant with power-driven machines for sawing logs into rough-squared sections or planks and boards. Planing, molding, tenoning, and other finishing machines may be installed in a sawmill. The largest mills are usually located where timber can be transported by river or rail, and the mill’s design is influenced by the mode of transportation. Waterborne logs float into the mill and are dragged out by a winch. In the rail-borne system, more storage space is required; an overhead crane serves the stockyard and transports the logs to the machines.

The process of lumber milling begins long before the log arrives at the mill. Timber harvesting, often known as logging, is the first step in getting a log to a sawmill. During the logging process, chainsaws are used to cut down trees. Felling is the term for this process. Felling entails chopping the tree down and cutting it to length. The log is then delimbed and loaded onto a truck for transport to the mill. The logs are unloaded and stacked into piles at the mill, where they will be cut. The log is then moved using heavy machinery and placed on a belt, where it awaits its turn to be cut.

The log will enter the mill to be debarked once it reaches the front of the conveyor belt. A debarking machine is used to remove the bark from the log. The bark is then saved since it can be sold as mulch or used to fuel some sawmill kilns. Before being cut, each log will go through a large metal detector. Because trees can live for hundreds of years, there’s no telling what might be found in them. Nails, wire fencing, and other metals are frequently found in logs, and if not caught beforehand, they can ruin your sawmill blades. If a log contains metal, the metal will be removed or the log will be cut into smaller sections so that as much as possible can be salvaged.

Merchandising the Log — In today’s world, merchandising has made sawmills much more efficient. Lasers can be used to estimate the log so that the mill can get the most lumber out of each one. This can make the mill more profitable over the course of days and weeks by eliminating unnecessary waste on every log that is cut into lumber. When you think of a sawmill, you probably think of the head rig. Logs enter the head rig saw by being clamped on a conveyor belt and moving through the head rig blades. The log is cut into cants by the head rig, which are logs that are flat on at least one side. The logs can be sold as cants with only one size milled, however, this isn’t usually the case. If the size of the lumber required is unknown, the company will most likely purchase cants and cut them to size. Pallet manufacturers frequently do this since pallet sizes are built to order based on the dimensions of the product they’ll be used for.

Cutting is done on a variety of large machines, with crosscutting to convenient lengths being a common preliminary operation. As the log moves past the saw on a feeder table, it is cut into various thicknesses by reciprocating saws, band saws, or circular saws. A log frame is a machine that divides a log into boards in one pass of the table using a set of vertically reciprocating blades that are spaced properly. When cutting thick pieces, as few as four blades may be used, whereas thin boards may require as many as fifty.

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