The Swing-blade advantage
Access, when loading and removing timber, is critical. This is where Turbosawmill excels over other designs.
Every Turbosawmill has been designed with this feature.
Other sawmill designs have the head positioned to the left, with the log to the right, forcing retrieval of timber through the gap.
This is one of the reasons earlier twin blade sawmill designs require a drag back facility. Normally, a bar prevents the operator from accessing the timber.
The Turbosawmill offers 180-degree access, allowing easy retrieval of heavy beams. A forklift or loader may be parked directly next to the log. The beams or timber can then slide sideways directly on to its support arms 'without' heavy lifting.
Another advantage is that the blade is safely tucked next to the single beam and away from the operator (over the actual log).
A fundamental advantage of Turbosawmill: Open side access.
We also offer taper board options (through a simple add on gadget). Our mills can also be fitted with our attachment slabber making slabbing up to 61" possible. So, these two options really open the sawyers’ possibilities!