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Engaged Couple Built Yoga Studio

Residing in Salida, Colorado, Parker Dunbar used his Wood-Mizer LT15 portable sawmill to create a brand-new yoga studio for his fiancé, Jillayne.

Sawmilling for St. Anne’s Church in Slovenia

Wood-Mizer sawmills can be found in some of the most unusual places in the world, such as the peak of a mountain in Slovenia at 1220 m above sea level, where the Catholic Church of St. Anne is located. The church was built more than 700 years ago and is a holy place for many pilgrims, as a shrine - a sculptural image of a dark-faced Madonna - is kept here.

Sawmilling, Cheese Making, and Farming in the Slovenian Alps

A Slovenian farmer talks about life in his mountain village, why he decided to buy a sawmill, and how the sawmill now helps the local community.

How an Italian Woodworker Profits More From Every Log

In Northern Italy, Marco Marcante says he can quadruple the value of his raw logs by processing them into custom timber with his Wood-Mizer LT15 sawmill.

Discovering the Beauty of Wood in the French Alps with Wood-Mizer Equipment

"In the Savoye region, wood is alive all the time. Even if it's cut, it still lives and serves the people," claims Yvan Cometto, a carpenter from a small village in the French Alps. In his company YC Charpente, Yvan makes wood products from the local timber using Wood-Mizer equipment. He enjoys working with wood while discovering its beauty. "I wouldn't change this place for anything else in the world," he admits with a smile.

Wood-Mizer Sawmills and Woodworking Equipment Help Advance Swedish Wood Industry

Sweden is a country with rich traditions of woodworking and reverence for forests which cover two-thirds of the country. With forests properly maintained, the wood-processing industry has a leading position in the Swedish economy. Many foresters, sawmillers, and woodworkers rely on Wood-Mizer equipment that helps their owners to run successful woodworking businesses throughout Sweden.

Building an Aspen Timber Octagonal House in Finland

A Finnish entrepreneur John Ujanen applied paradoxes of octagonal geometry and built a super-efficient octagonal house from aspen timber.

Traditional Bells Sound Better Thanks to Oak Yokes and Belfries

How to get the best sound out of a church bell? German experts with 300-year of experience claim it takes great skill and something more - a yoke from oak wood!

Handcrafting Zen Chairs in Japan

At the base of Mt. Fuji in Japan, world-renowned woodworker Tak Yoshino creates custom, handcrafted chairs that promote proper and healthy posture through the practice of Zen. As a result of his chairs receiving worldwide acclaim and an increasing number of woodworkers learning Japanese carpentry from Tak, he is currently building a woodworking school with sustainably harvested timber from his own forest.

The Building of Noah's Ark

One of Wood-Mizer’s smallest sawmills was used to cut 50% of the timber for the world’s largest freestanding timber frame structure – a Biblically-sized reconstruction of Noah’s Ark.

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