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The Bottom Line about Sawing Straight - Part 3

The Bottom Line about Sawing Straight - Part 3

Posted by Tim Cook on Jan 14th 2019

In this final article dealing with sawing straight I’m going to address an issue that has been one that has created a large amount of discussion among sawyers. Adjusting blade curvature to optimize pe … read more
The Bottom Line about Sawing Straight - Part 2

The Bottom Line about Sawing Straight - Part 2

Posted by Tim Cook on Jan 14th 2019

In the last article I gave you a little history as to how I came to realize many of the blade discoveries that garnered me some insight toward sawing straighter and faster. These findings revealed so … read more
The Bottom Line about Sawing Straight - Part 1

The Bottom Line about Sawing Straight - Part 1

Posted by Tim Cook on Jan 14th 2019

It was 1992 and we were selling a lot of thin kerf blades to the portable sawmill industry. I had a customer in Tomball, TX that had a Cook Sawmill and a LT 40 WM sawmill. One day he called me and … read more
Ready To Saw Production?

Ready To Saw Production?

Posted by Tim Cook on Jan 14th 2019

Some people are happy with a mill that saws ‘ok’, but ‘ok’ is not production sawing. If you’re in the group of people who purchased a sawmill with the intention of sawing for production or if you just … read more
Dreaming Again with a New Sawmill

Dreaming Again with a New Sawmill

Posted by Timberline Magazine on Jan 14th 2019

Long-time Former General Contractor Dreams Again with New Cook’s Saw Portable MillBy Maya L. BrewerAs seen in Timberline Magazine Jan 2011CHARLOTTE, North Carolina—Five years ago, Jeff Oberman’s 37-ye … read more