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Listing #598   Listed on: 03/03/2008

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Started in 2004. We build custom cabinets, log & contemporary furniture, manufacture log railings and other log home components, do custom laser engraving, and specialize in selling northern white cedar.
 
Laser Engraver
office area
unorganized lumber rack
View From rear of shop
Left side view
other view of assembly area
German Peeler
Main Assembly area
Tenon Cutter
Company Name:   Fever River Log & Lumber LLC.
Contact Name:   Chad
Location:   Benton, WI  53803
Year Founded:   2005
Sq. Footage:   1,200
Employees:   1
Gross Sales:   N/A
Website:  

Product Specialties:
    Accessories and Gifts - General
    Architectural Millwork - Doors & Windows
    Architectural Millwork - Stairs and Balustrades
    Cabinets - Cabinet Designers
    Cabinets - Cabinet Installers
    Cabinets - Closets and Storage
    Cabinets - Components
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Cabinets - General
    Cabinets - Kitchen & Bath Cabinets
    Cabinets - Residential Cabinetry
    Furniture - Custom Furniture
    Furniture - Furniture Designers
    Furniture - Furniture Manufacturers
    Furniture - Furniture Repairs
    Furniture - Furniture Reproductions
    Furniture - General
    Furniture - Outdoor Furniture
    Woodworking - General

Shop Equipment:
    Shopfox - Shaper
    Other - Steel City 15" Planer
    Other - German Peeler
    Other - Tenon Cutter
    Delta - 10" Table Saw
    Delta - 14" Bandsaw
    Dewalt - 12" Sliding Mitre Saw
    Chicago - 6" Jointer
    Other - Radial Arm Saw
    Other - Pinnacle 40"x20" Laser Engraver
    Delta - Drill Press



Viewer Comments:

Posted By: mike     [03/03/2008]
umm... what is a german peeler ???


Posted By: Chad     [03/03/2008]
A german peeler is a machine that puts a hand hewn finish on logs, it a lot faster than the drawknife. That cutterhead has six knives in it and it spins at 1400 rpm and you rest the log up against it then slide the log back and forth and spin it until you have desired finish on the log.


Posted By: Justin Wright     [03/03/2008]
What type of Tenon Cutter is that?


Posted By: Chad     [03/04/2008]
The tenon cutter cuts a 1 1/2" tenon on the ends of the logs I use for spindles. I built the tenon cutter myself, its a lot faster than using a drill and it self centers the logs on the tenon cutter. It can knock out close to 200 spindles an hour.


Posted By: Justin Wright     [03/04/2008]
would it be possible to see some close up pictures of it ?


Posted By: scott hobson     [04/02/2008]
I make turned wood goblets and beer stiens,can the laser engraver wook on round objects ?


Posted By: Jen     [08/01/2008]
Could you five me any other info on the Laser Engraver. I have one in my shop that I am working at and there is no info on it anywhere. But it looks Identical to this one.


Posted By: Nikki     [02/26/2009]
I have gotten many items from your company and they are all really nice pieces. You do a fabulous job.


Posted By: Tim     [07/16/2014]
Where did you get your German peeler? I used to work at a sawmill making log railings and we had a peeler similar to yours, but it had no information on the machine at all about manufacture. Looking to purchase one to increase production over the old drawknife.


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