Increasingly popular due to the needs for
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Increase your production and profits with the Brute Jr wood processor.
Save money and put these bandsaw mills together yourself, or for a little extra you can have them pre-assembled. Built in the USA, great for the do-it-yourself handyman or woodland homesteading. Sawyer is red, white and blue. And Hunter is custom-painted Camo, no two are alike.
Produce your own lumber for any number of construction or hobbyist projects, or maximize the resources from your own woodland. Features the curved 2 post and vertical lift tube design. These lightweight bandsaw mills are portable, economical and can be easily stored, requiring no more than a 3’ x 7’ for storage.
Built for average and advanced sawyers to make quick work of log-to-lumber and slabbing needs. True 4 post frames for strength, accuracy and durability. All Oscar mills feature options and larger electric start motor to get you the power and performance you need. Supply customers, reclaim a storm fallen tree or complete a personal project. This type of wood can be turned into a live-edge bar or table tops.
Hud-Son’s Winch Style wood processors self load without other support equipment making them extremely portable. Our Deck style wood processors have the highest production rates.
Hud-Son wood splitters are towable and built tough. From the user friendly vertical horizontal 2 way splitter to Hud-Son’s Big & Bad Extra Heavy Duty Splitter with open design for large blocks and multi wedge.
Save your back and increase your production with Chain Style wood conveyors, ideal for most hand loading or right off the end of the splitter. Hud-Son’s Belt Style wood conveyors have 18” wide belts and work well with firewood processors and high production wood splitters.
“I purchased an Oscar 30…took about an hour to set up and we were off and sawing. What a fantastic little machine! Want to let you know you have a great product. Thanks A Million!”
Ryan R. Delaney