Operating two growing and thriving businesses that enable six families to make a living, Neptali Lopez and Gabriel Gómez run two Wood-Mizer LT15 sawmills to produce lumber for a variety of indoor furniture in Xalapa, Mexico.
Since childhood, Adriano Fuhr watched and helped his father work in a furniture factory, which sparked his interest in woodworking from a young age. The economic situation faced by the country at that time prevented the continuation of the company, forcing the family to replace their business with another one that would provide greater stability.
A self-proclaimed homesteader, Nathan Brown was tired of powderpost beetles destroying the lumber he laid out to air dry, so he decided to build a solar kiln.
Recognized as one of Tasmania’s finest wood furniture craftsmen, fourth generation woodworker Craig Howard turns sustainable sourced timber into handmade furniture in Tasmania’s capital city of Hobart.
English woodworker, Mark Gould, salvages an urban tree in London with help from a Wood-Mizer portable sawmill.
Engineer-turned-carpenter, Paul Grainger, has spent 20 years building a thriving business with a Wood-Mizer LT40 sawmill at the heart of the operation.
Woodworker Gregg Turk created a stunning sleigh for Santa Claus with wood from a single poplar tree milled on his Wood-Mizer portable sawmill.
J.T. Wilcox and his daughter Katie are harvesting timber from the family farm to craft beautiful and unique slab furniture in the Pacific Northwest of the United States.
Henry Brown diversified his hill farm in Northern England by cutting and selling timber locally with a Wood-Mizer portable sawmill.
With 2016 being a record year for WM1000 industrial sawmill installations, sawmillers around the world report on how they are using the massive sawmill to cut their biggest logs, increase yield, and improve cutting accuracy.