Paulownia And Homemade Band Saw




People Who Liked This Video Also Liked

Paulownia and homemade band saw
Paulownia and homemade band saw
Homemade bandsaw 2
Homemade bandsaw 2
Home made bandsaw (version 1)
Home made bandsaw (version 1)
Homemade Band Saw
Homemade Band Saw
homemade bandsaw mk2 update preview
homemade bandsaw mk2 update preview
Homemade Bandsaw sawmill # 1 - Blade broke!!!!! accident (1 gen)
Homemade Bandsaw sawmill # 1 - Blade broke!!!!! accident (1 gen)
14
14" bandsaw complete
how to build  my homemade bandsaw mill instructions
how to build my homemade bandsaw mill instructions
bandsaw mill
bandsaw mill
My Home Built Bandsaw Mill - Sawing Maple
My Home Built Bandsaw Mill - Sawing Maple
Woodworking -  Band Saw Setup and Tuneup
Woodworking - Band Saw Setup and Tuneup
Cutting Corbels With a Portable Bandsaw
Cutting Corbels With a Portable Bandsaw
Bandsaw Tire Install.wmv
Bandsaw Tire Install.wmv

Did this video help you?

kwbloke: Planks a lot!

Peter Laurence: Sorry can't help as it belongs to the operator

Peter Laurence: raise and lower the log

Peter Laurence: Not in NZ

kwbloke: Paulownia has been identified as the best sustainably grown timber for eco friendly surfboard manufacture in the world. Trees in NZ are grown in controlled plantation situations.

ironworke: too dangerous with out gards. Just another crazy person taking a big risk.

Wallabydam: those damn tress pop up everywhere here where i live in Virginia in the states, whats so big about them anyway, they have HUGE leaves, thats the only way i can tell them from anything else. someoen told me in japan they make something from the wood for musical instruments? Oh well i have no idea, ill stick to Oak :)

/ˈterəbəl/ /diˈlemə/: Very good, inexpensive, and creative!

kwbloke: In New Zealand we make surfboards, kayaks, yachts, kiteboards and similar craft from paulownia. Trees can be milled 8 to 12 years after planting. Oak is just a little heavy for these applications.

Bryan Foster: jeez that looks dangerous!

BlueMacGyver: Good job!! Check out mine >> GARAGE BUILT SAWMILL>>> leave comment

Peter Laurence: Cutting stuff!

David Bähler: This seems like it could be a pain to get the logs in there, is that the case? Also seems like it might be a bit tricky to get the cut lined up properly. I like the idea in some ways, how does it compare to the more conventional bedded bandmills?

kwbloke: To cut 25mm thick boards, place a series of 28mm packers(slightly thicker to allow for thickness of sawcut) under each corner. After each cut just knock one level of packers out then make your next cut.

kwbloke: Yes, I need to get hold of some lifting equipment. I send the main butt logs (up to 5 metres long) down to a local sawmiller who runs a woodmizer wilh hydraulic lifting rams etc. This low cost little mill is great for smaller logs up to 500mm (20 inches) in diameter.

Peter Laurence: @Fuzzysword Not as bad as it looks
Rating:
Paulownia and homemade band saw 4.8 out of 5

Featured Video

How to Insulate Walls


Paulownia and homemade band saw