Wood-Mizer Introduces LX250 Wide Slab Sawmill

August 2, 2019

By: The Working Forest Staff

Wood-Mizer introduces the LX250 wide slab sawmill designed for sawyers and woodworkers that need to saw massive slabs and boards up to 54 ½” wide. Joining Wood-Mizer’s world-leading range of portable sawmills, the LX250 is the second largest capacity sawmill offered by the company, with the popular WM1000 sawmill capable of sawing 67” diameter logs.

Built in the USA, the LX250 is a robust sawmill with powered saw head controls for ease of operation, adjustable presets for quick and accurate blade height control, and a massive 54 ½” width of cut ideal for sawing wide, live edge slabs.

A key innovation of the Wood-Mizer LX sawmill series includes the rigid LX Frame sawhead tower that holds the control panel, engine, and the sawmill head. Designed to accommodate a larger width and depth of cut, the LX Frame travels on twin parallel hardened steel rails on the bed and allows the operator to have better visibility while sawing.

LX250 Wide Slab Sawmill Features

  • Starting at $25,995 USD
  • 55” log diameter with 54 ½” max width of cut and 13′ length of cut
  • Optional 5’ bed extension available for 18’ max length of cut
  • Powered saw head up/down & forward/reverse with dual power feed chain system
  • Adjustable preset board thicknesses to quickly and accurately control blade height
  • 38HP gas engine or 15HP 3-Phase electric motor
  • Built in the USA

“Wood-Mizer is dedicated to providing best-in-class sawmill and wood processing equipment that fits the diverse needs of our customers,” said Greg Bacon sales director. “With the growing demand of wide, live edge slabs and boards, the LX250 provides customers a large capacity sawmill at an affordable price that can efficiently produce these high-value wood products.”  

Starting at $25,995 USD, the LX250 Wide Slab Sawmill is now available to order in North America. For more information, visit www.woodmizer.com or contact your local Wood-Mizer representative.

 

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