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Peterson Portable Sawmills

Peterson Sawmill Feature (ASM / WPF) – Single Point Sizing


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Single Point Sizing sawmill

On all ASM and WPF and JP frames, the system allows the operator to lower all four corners of the mill equally from one position meaning more accurate boards. The manual, single point winch system, may be upgraded to electric on the WPF. If you have any questions about how the single point sizing works, please leave a comment below.

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  1. Inaikedi Ojubulu says:

    Can the JP handle Ezobe effectively ? Another question i like to ask is what in the lay Man’s language is 1-4 cubic boards ? In my part of the world, we talk about board in terms of yields & not cubic boards. For example, a wood measuring 4³ x 12 = 12 cubits but if we saw the log without any error or default, the expected yield is between 8-9 boards of 1 x 12 x 12 (144 inches ) maybe about two 2 x 6s or probably three 3 x 4s.I need someone to explain in plain language the number of planks measuring 1 x 12 x 12 ( 144 ) that makes up a cubic. I can then do my own calculation of how many boards that makes 2,3 or 4 cubic par day.I am planing to do basically 2 x 4s, 2 x 6s 2 x 9s & 10s in 16 foot long ( length ).

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