We have two sawmills that we use to saw our wood. The Timberking 2000 is our primary sawmill used to cut lumber, mantels and small slabs, while the Lucas Mill Slabber is used to slab larger logs. We can do custom milling jobs such as mantels, large reclaimed beams, or flooring.
The Timberking 2000 sawmill is our primary sawmill here at St. Pierre Woodworking and Sawmill. We can cut logs up to thirty inches in diameter on this sawmill before we have to move to the Lucas Mill. I use the Timberking to cut all my reclaimed wood and beams into things such as flooring or straight edged mantles. I can cut slabs, lumber, beams, and many other types of wood. The Timberking is portable but we usually do not saw at other locations unless we are set up at a show or festival.
Lucas Mill Slabber
The Lucas Mill slabber is the sawmill we use if the log is over 30 inches. The Lucas Mill can be set up and used at any location if the log is too large to transport. We can cut logs up to 60 inches in diameter using a large bar similar to that on a chainsaw and a skip chain. We have cut some really large logs with the Lucas Mill, including an enormous burl that we slabbed. Check out the pictures below to see the slabber in action including cutting some slabs nearly 9 feet tall and 4 feet wide!