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Small Log Sawmills: Profitable Product…

Small Log Sawmills: Profitable Product Selection, Process Design and…

by M. Willston

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0879300914, Hardcover)

This book shows management, technical and operating personnel how to equal the lumber volume of large logs by processing many small logs quickly with very little waste. Author Williston describes the log shapes, sizes and species available today and presents product alternatives to increase value in the lumber mix. He explains how to select equipment and systems to push up productivity, recovery and value. Topics include: the wood supply - types of small-log mills - performance of popular small-log processing systems - analysis of log geometry - maximizing profitability at the edger and trimmer - low-cost methods for improving lumber recovery - exemplary mills - And more.

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