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ScottSaws of Alaska LLC

Listing #333   Listed on: 12/07/2010

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I started building sawmills this summer besause a friend wanted to replace his old saw. It was such a success that others that saw (no pun intended) it wanted custom built mills to fly in to remote sights and cut timber for log cabins etc. One customer liked the ease of use so much that he bought one just for cutting his exotic woods for his high end custom projects.
I only build about one mill a month so because I still go to my 8 to 5 job. But it is the best of the best...
 
Scottsaw Gen3 1" Beat this 1" cut!!!

  Scottsaw Gen3 1" cuts

  Scottsaw Gen3 30'

  Scottsaw Gen3

 
Company Name:   ScottSaws of Alaska LLC
Contact Name:   Scotty
Location:   Fairbanks, AK  99709
Year Founded:   2010
Sq. Footage:   0
Employees:   1
Gross Sales:   N/A
Website:   s893.photobucket.com/albums/ac134/scottsaws/

Product Specialties:
    Hardwood Lumber
    Milled Lumber / Lumber for construction
    Softwood Lumber

Service Specialties:
    Custom Sawing

Sawmill Equipment:
    Sawmills: Portable - Scott Saws of Alaska LLC



Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Mark E Rude     [03/15/2011]
i have looked at many saws, production built and hand made master pieces ,this saw is the best i have seen , simple to use and the workmanship looks great. 1 ? what drive belt did u use . i have search long enough for ideas , i will have to follow the principal of your mill. again your mill look great


Posted By: Scotty     [03/19/2011]
Hi Mark, I use a Gates B97 belt. I am planning on blueprinting the saw and hopefully making an instruction video so anyone can build it and set it up this summer. Stay tuned!!! Thanks, Scotty


Posted By: Peter Paglia     [07/24/2011]
I am building guitars and looking for quarter sawn spruce and curly maple. Do you have any?

Thanks,

Peter


Posted By: Scotty     [07/28/2011]
Hi Peter, I just build the mills - sorry.


Posted By: Karl Ehrensbeck     [09/29/2011]
This is a great looking mill. Do you have any more info on it?


Posted By: Randy Hill     [06/25/2013]
Looks great!


Posted By: Harold Hilborn     [03/16/2014]
Have you blue prints and DVD done for build it your self? Thanks!


Posted By: John Cord     [06/08/2014]
Blue prints and DVD, yet? If so, how much?


Posted By: Tom     [08/23/2014]
Please let me know when you have information for sale about your sawmill, THANKS TOM


Posted By: Tom     [08/27/2014]
Scotty what size blade & what tire diameter did you use


Posted By: Karl     [01/12/2015]
Hi still thinking of posting blueprints?


Posted By: Scotty     [05/03/2015]
Hi all, Got sidelined on the saw. I am working on putting another one together. There will be blueprints. I also plan on making a step by step video also. Hope to have it available by this fall of 2015. Thanks, Scotty


Posted By: Deborah     [07/28/2015]
Can you tell me where I can have my blades sharpened in Fairbanks for my Norwood sawmill?


Posted By: Phil Place     [12/07/2015]
Let me know when you have more information on it I really like it


Posted By: Phil Place     [12/11/2015]
I was wondering if you still need them and how much they are and how big a tree can you cut thank you have a great holiday


Posted By: John     [12/16/2015]
Getting ready to build a sawmill. Would really be interested in getting plans from you. Will they be available soon? Thanks


Posted By: pat     [01/29/2016]
have a Hudson want more track,log dogs to hold logs on the track.plus u can buy reg. band wheels for ur mills.plus I like Honda,or diesel motors.,plus want a planer for myself.mine has pay for itself about 4 times will be 8 times after this summer when build barn,still want to do log home diff.,small.thanks


Posted By: Shawn     [02/02/2016]
Hi great looking saw Scotty ! Do you sell these if so can you email me ? Would wood love to see video when done have some nice wind fell trees to use it on thanks


Posted By: Alain     [03/04/2017]
Hi scott my English is very well but do you sell a blue print of your saw mill.the look is very great and simple.


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