Granberg Helper Handle Bearing Only

Granberg Helper Handle Bearing Only

Granberg MK-IV Alaskan Chainsaw Mill with 24

Granberg MK-IV Alaskan Chainsaw Mill with 24" Rails

Granberg Small Log Alaskan Chainsaw Mill

SKU
G777
Granberg's Alaskan Small Log Mill is perfect for the homeowner, woodworker, or arborist looking to convert their chainsaw into a portable milling machine. Designed to be used with chainsaw bars of 20" or less and 50cc or greater displacement, this versatile, heavy-duty chainsaw lumber mill accurately cuts planks and beams from 1/2" to 13". As with any chainsaw mill, we recommend that you use a ripping chain to mill with.
These Small Log mills now come with new CNC-Machined billet end brackets! These new end brackets are more accurate, easier to adjust, create less vibration than the old die cast version, and are virtually unbreakable.
$179.99
Shipping Weight 13.0 lbs.

Currently out of stock. More due on 08/14/2020 Order now to reserve yours.


A Few Words About Chainsaw Milling...
Making lumber with a chainsaw can be a very inexpensive and rewarding way to mill boards from logs. However, there are a few things you should know before diving into chainsaw milling.
  • Milling lumber requires a large horsepower chainsaw. We recommend chainsaws with at least 3.8 cubic inches (60 cc) of displacement for the smaller mills that run bars up to 20". For larger mills, go for the biggest saw you can get. Saws with 5.0 cubic inches (80 cc) are a minimum, and when making cuts over 36" you'll need the largest saws made. Milling lumber is extremely taxing on chainsaws. Keep the gas mixed properly and the air filters clean.
  • Use a ripping chain when milling. Standard saw chain is designed to cut across the grain, not with it. Ripping chains are designed for milling, and they leave a smooth, consistent finish.
  • Take your time. Chainsaw milling can be a slow process, but the rewards are great. Make sure logs are clean of rocks and dirt and look for nails or fencing. They will ruin a chain quickly. Always wear proper safety gear and use log handling tools to move heavy cants.
Optional: Slabbing Brackets

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