Georgia Sawmill Workshop & Open House

 

Get the most out of your portable sawmill investment.
Join us Friday, November 2, 2012 8:30am-4:00pm at Wood-Mizer Georgia - Newnan, GA

Registration
$25 admission per person before October 26. Spouse: Free  Guests: $15 per person 
Registration at the door or after October 26: $30

See live ongoing sawmill demos on selected models Saturday, November 3, 8am-11:30am. (Free to Public)

Every paid workshop attendee gets: 
30th Anniversary Wood-Mizer hat.
Bonus Educational Materials 
Special Discount - "Edge on Sawing" DVD set - $65 value only $45

Lunch Provided

This sawmill workshop will give you insightful, technical, resourceful and economic solutions to help you succeed.

For questions about the workshop, please call Wood-Mizer Georgia at 770.251.4894 or email at ncollins@woodmizer.com

Getting the Most from your Lumber
Presenter: Brennan Sain, Appalachian Walnut Company
Established in 2011 by brothers Brennan and Cole Sain, Appalachian Walnut Company produces around 14,000 board feet of black walnut lumber weekly using a Wood-Mizer sawmill. During this session, Brennon will discuss getting the most from your lumber, discussing optimizing your grade.

Quarter Sawing for Production: The EARL METHOD 
Presenter: Earl Hazelwood, Wood-Mizer Georgia 
Get an edge on sawing by getting up close and watching live demonstrations of a Wood-Mizer sawmill in action. Earl will give valuable tips, techniques, and tricks to help you get the most out of every cut.

Sawmill Alignment & Maintenance
Presenter: Tim Horsley 
Keeping your mill running in top condition is the secret to successful sawing. Learn important mill maintenance steps and how to do your own sawing alignment during this insightful session lead by an experienced technician. 

 


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