(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Nelson, New Zealand May 28, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Anyone that’s ever tried to get a chainsaw mill into the wild knows how heavy and bulky standard, traditional models can be. CNC Engineering, Ltd. has solved that problem with its Watts Solo Chainsaw Mill. One of the most portable chainsaw mills ever developed, it requires minimal effort to operate.
A chainsaw mill by CNC Engineering is constructed of aluminum and stainless steel to achieve the lowest possible weight while maintaining extreme durability for longevity. It’s gained immense favor with those involved in custom woodworking projects, homebuilders, and even arborists. Its strength and portability have made the chainsaw mill a favorite, especially for individuals that are reclaiming downed trees for practical uses rather than turning them into sawdust or allowing them to rot away.
The sawmill USA is equally applicable for the Alaskan wilderness or Australian Outback. CNC Engineering has nine models from which to choose. Depending on the selected model, the chainsaw mills can accommodate a chainsaw blade of 20, 24, 28, 30, 32, 36, 42, 48, or 60 inches. The smallest Watts Solo Chainsaw Mill model accepts a 20-in. blade from any 50cc chainsaw and provides a cut width of up to 420mm. The cut depth is adjustable from 10mm to 120mm. The ladder rail width is a maximum of 38mm (1½ in.) and rolls on two sets of wheels that run alongside the ladder.
On the other end of the scale, the 60-in. chainsaw mill USA takes a 60-in. blade of any 120cc chainsaw or larger. It gives a cut width of 1410mm wide and an adjustable cut depth from 10mm to 120mm. The ladder rail width has a maximum of 38mm (1½ in. wide). The spacing of the ladder rails is as variable as the mill’s width.
The CNC Engineering Watts portable chainsaw mill is now available in the U.S. The mill can be used on freshly felled trees or those that have already fallen through natural causes. The chainsaw mill is appropriate for multiple applications and is an essential tool for anyone that wants to save time, and money and values ease of use.
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