Educational Videos

LT70 Blade Tension
Customer Service expert, Nick Burdine, explains how to properly tension the blade for the Wood-Mizer LT70 Portable Sawmill.
Customer Service expert, Nick Burdine, explains how to properly tension the blade for the Wood-Mizer LT70 Portable Sawmill.
LT70 Blade Tension
Customer Service expert, Nick Burdine, explains how to properly tension the blade for the Wood-Mizer LT70 Portable Sawmill.
 
The Edge on Sawing Series from Wood-Mizer
In this 6 DVD set, learn about maximizing blade life, how log size affects production, about quarter sawing, sawing techniques, grade sawing, site layout, and pricing options. Contents Disc 1: Wood-Mizer Blades - Processes, profiles, & applications Disc 2: Log Size and how it affects Production Disc 3: Quarter Sawing Lumber Techniques Disc 4: Sawing Techinques Disc 5: How to get every Dollar out of the Tree Disc 6: Custom Sawing Site Layout and Pricing Options You'll love how the concepts are clearly taught with concise graphics and animation. Never before has such an array of sawing topics been assembled into one complete such such as this. <a href=https://www.woodmizer.com/webgateway/omshopdetail.aspx?category=wedu&title=Educational>Buy Now</a>
In this 6 DVD set, learn about maximizing blade life, how log size affects production, about quarter sawing, sawing techniques, grade sawing, site layout, and pricing options. Contents Disc 1: Wood-Mizer Blades - Processes, profiles, & applications Disc 2: Log Size and how it affects Production Disc 3: Quarter Sawing Lumber Techniques Disc 4: Sawing Techinques Disc 5: How to get every Dollar out of the Tree Disc 6: Custom Sawing Site Layout and Pricing Options You'll love how the concepts are clearly taught with concise graphics and animation. Never before has such an array of sawing topics been assembled into one complete such such as this. Buy Now
The Edge on Sawing Series from Wood-Mizer
In this 6 DVD set, learn about maximizing blade life, how log size affects production, about quarter sawing, sawing techniques, grade sawing, site layout, and pricing options. Contents Disc 1: Wood-Mizer Blades - Processes, profiles, & applications Disc 2: Log Size and how it affects Production Disc 3: Quarter Sawing Lumber Techniques Disc 4: Sawing Techinques Disc 5: How to get every Dollar out of the Tree Disc 6: Custom Sawing Site Layout and Pricing Options You'll love how the concepts are clearly taught with concise graphics and animation. Never before has such an array of sawing topics been assembled into one complete such such as this. Buy Now
 
Making of a Wood-Mizer Portable Sawmill
When it comes to building a Wood-Mizer portable sawmill, we start with quality and end with quality. And, as most people understand, a good piece of machinery is made up of only the best parts. And we make them in America!
When it comes to building a Wood-Mizer portable sawmill, we start with quality and end with quality. And, as most people understand, a good piece of machinery is made up of only the best parts. And we make them in America!
Making of a Wood-Mizer Portable Sawmill
When it comes to building a Wood-Mizer portable sawmill, we start with quality and end with quality. And, as most people understand, a good piece of machinery is made up of only the best parts. And we make them in America!
 
The Making of Wood-Mizer Blades
There is only one sawmill company that manufactures both mills AND blades: Wood-Mizer. Designing and manufacturing our own blade production and maintenance equipment allows us to produce blades with consistent quality. By making our own blades, we are able to control every step of the process, from the selection of raw materials, to the rigorous tests and quality controls, to the equipment used in the manufacturing. The result is a quality blade that'll keep your production at the level you desire.
There is only one sawmill company that manufactures both mills AND blades: Wood-Mizer. Designing and manufacturing our own blade production and maintenance equipment allows us to produce blades with consistent quality. By making our own blades, we are able to control every step of the process, from the selection of raw materials, to the rigorous tests and quality controls, to the equipment used in the manufacturing. The result is a quality blade that'll keep your production at the level you desire.
The Making of Wood-Mizer Blades
There is only one sawmill company that manufactures both mills AND blades: Wood-Mizer. Designing and manufacturing our own blade production and maintenance equipment allows us to produce blades with consistent quality. By making our own blades, we are able to control every step of the process, from the selection of raw materials, to the rigorous tests and quality controls, to the equipment used in the manufacturing. The result is a quality blade that'll keep your production at the level you desire.
 
Coiling/Uncoiling a Bandsaw Blade
Coiling and uncoiling a sawmill blade can be quite intimidating. Watch this short video for a couple different techniques for folding/unfolding your band sawmill blades.
Coiling and uncoiling a sawmill blade can be quite intimidating. Watch this short video for a couple different techniques for folding/unfolding your band sawmill blades.
Coiling/Uncoiling a Bandsaw Blade
Coiling and uncoiling a sawmill blade can be quite intimidating. Watch this short video for a couple different techniques for folding/unfolding your band sawmill blades.
 
Part 1 of 3: How to properly pack a flatpack box for ReSharp
Learn how easy it is to pack up your dull sawmill blades and send them back to Wood-Mizer ReSharp for sharpening. There is a safe way to do it, and several tips are offered about what you should do so that your blades are not damaged in shipment.
Learn how easy it is to pack up your dull sawmill blades and send them back to Wood-Mizer ReSharp for sharpening. There is a safe way to do it, and several tips are offered about what you should do so that your blades are not damaged in shipment.
Part 1 of 3: How to properly pack a flatpack box for ReSharp
Learn how easy it is to pack up your dull sawmill blades and send them back to Wood-Mizer ReSharp for sharpening. There is a safe way to do it, and several tips are offered about what you should do so that your blades are not damaged in shipment.
 
Part 2 of 3: How to properly unpack a flatpack box from ReSharp
How to safely and easily unpack your blades when they arrive from Wood-Mizer. Wear gloves and eye protection.
How to safely and easily unpack your blades when they arrive from Wood-Mizer. Wear gloves and eye protection.
Part 2 of 3: How to properly unpack a flatpack box from ReSharp
How to safely and easily unpack your blades when they arrive from Wood-Mizer. Wear gloves and eye protection.
 
Part 3 of 3: How to properly pack a cube box for ReSharp
Packing your cube box for Wood-Mizer's ReSharp is not difficult, but there are some simple ways to ensure that your blades do not get damaged in shipment.
Packing your cube box for Wood-Mizer's ReSharp is not difficult, but there are some simple ways to ensure that your blades do not get damaged in shipment.
Part 3 of 3: How to properly pack a cube box for ReSharp
Packing your cube box for Wood-Mizer's ReSharp is not difficult, but there are some simple ways to ensure that your blades do not get damaged in shipment.
 
A Customer-Made Tour of Accuset 2 Setworks
An overview of Wood-Mizer Accuset 2 setworks and a little about programming and using it. Bibbyman is a longtime Wood-Mizer owner and owns and operates a custom sawing business with his wife Mary.
An overview of Wood-Mizer Accuset 2 setworks and a little about programming and using it. "Bibbyman" is a longtime Wood-Mizer owner and owns and operates a custom sawing business with his wife Mary.
A Customer-Made Tour of Accuset 2 Setworks
An overview of Wood-Mizer Accuset 2 setworks and a little about programming and using it. "Bibbyman" is a longtime Wood-Mizer owner and owns and operates a custom sawing business with his wife Mary.
 
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