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Wood-Mizer News

Friday, August 10, 2018

Suite of new Wood-Mizer machines on show at APF 2018

Wood-Mizer will use next month’s showpiece forestry event to demonstrate the capabilities of its range of new machinery.

The company has brought an array of products to market this year for the commercial millers, hobbyists and woodworking enthusiasts.

But APF 2018 at Ragley Hall from 20-22 September will be the first time UK customers can see all the machines in one place.

“Nearly everything we will have on the stand will be new to the UK this year and will be a great opportunity for all businesses and individuals to see up close what these machines are capable of,” said UK general manager Dave Biggs.

The LT70 wide head with a two-inch blade is expected to generate a lot of interest. It is capable of cutting logs up to one metre in diameter.



Designed for sawmillers who need more capacity, the LT70 Wide will appeal to those wanting extra cutting widths and wideband sawing performance.

The wide saw head increases the maximum width of cut to 86cm.



The incredibly versatile LT15 sawmill will also catch the eye.

The LT15 cuts logs up to 70cm in diameter and 5.4m long with the standard bed options, but extensions can be added to extend the sawmill bed to any required cutting length.

APF will be the first time the full range of Wood-Mizer planer/moulder products has been on show.



One of the most impressive additions is the four-sided planer/moulder.

“The MP360 is a high-production, large capacity machine engineered for professional workshops,” Mr Biggs said.

“With a larger capacity and higher hourly production levels than the our smaller MP260 model, it can plane and mould boards on all four sides in a single pass.”

Planers and table saws will also be set up for attendees to view.

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