Turbosawmill 2100+ hours later!

Canning vale Timbers PTY is owned by John Mavros. John has an extensive history operating the larger commercial sawmills, after some health issues he had to sell most of his gear on, but kept the land and buildings so that he could continue within the timber industry, by purchasing timber and then on selling to his existing customers.

AUTO SLABBER

New footage of our Automated Slabber. Makes slabbing so much easier!

THE WINNER IS!

The winner of the Turbosawmill and Loggermens sawmill giveaway is Carl T Smith of Wisconsin! We have been in touch with Carl and advised him that we will be upgrading his mill to the M6-13M. His mill will be headed to the US along with the container load of sawmills ordered by our US agent, Smith Sawmill Services this month. Congratulations Carl!!

Super long M12HD-37A

We've just sent off our first 53ft long portable sawmill to the US. This machine was commissioned to saw extremely long crane pads.

WIN A TURBOSAWMILL!!

Turbosawmill has teamed up with Lumbermensco to offer you the chance to win a portable sawmill!

Turbosawmill USER GROUP

People who use Turbosawmill products have joined together. The Turbosawmill Facebook user group is now available.

AUTO SLABBER

This is a unique new option that automates the process of slabbing.

NATIONAL FIELDAYS ONLINE 2020

New Zealand National Fieldays is now online. This is the first time this major show has been offered online (due to Corona Virus).

Slabber Carriage

Introducing our re-designed chainsaw slabber carriage. Fits your standard Alaskan kit and can be mounted to any of our Turbosawmill models.

Open side access.

Access, when loading and removing timber, is critical. This is where Turbosawmill excels over other designs.

Production ideas.

If you're looking for the most efficient method to produce timber, we have some ideas for you. One of the biggest bottlenecks in production are these 2 critical areas:

Swing-blade simplicity in operation.

The swing-blades offers un-matched simplicity in operation. You start at the top and work your way through the log selectively choosing your timber sizes, all the while working around knots and defects.