HFE-21 HOMESTEADER SAWMILL

HFE-21 HOMESTEADER SAWMILL

HUD-SON SHOE GUIDES, THE BEST BLADE SUPPORT AVAILABLE

• Heavy-duty 1 1/2” shafts and bearings

• Produce lumber at any dimension

• Manually adjust board thickness, even paper thin cuts

• Effortlessly guide mill through log

• Lightweight & compact;  store in space 3’ x 7’

 

3-6 year warranty for your portable sawmill

 

(3 customer reviews)

Specifications: HFE-21 HOMESTEADER SAWMILL

Produce your own lumber for any number of construction or hobbyist projects. The HFE-21 is perfect for sawing your logs into boards or re-sawing boards to any needed dimension. This mill is pushed through the log with almost no effort. Imagine how handy it would be to just saw up a board or two right on the spot if you needed to. These economical sawmills can be easily stored when not in use. It’s lightweight and compact requiring no more than a 3’ x 7’ storage space. The blade guides are Hud-Son blade guides and provide the best blade support available. This mill has the same heavy-duty bearing system and guide system that are larger bandmills have. If your Homesteader job turns into a bit larger than planned the HFE-21 will be there for you.

CUTTING

  • Max Log Capacity
    21″ Diameter
  • Distance Between Guide
    19″
  • Max Thickness of Cut
    9″
  • Standard Track Length
    12′ / 2 – 6′ Sections
  • Log Dogs
    2 Cam Style Dogs & Square Posts
  • Max Log Length (with standard track)
    9′
  • Blade
    132 X 1.25 X .035″
  • Blade Lubrication
    2.5 Gallon
  • Track Sweeps
    No

POWER

  • Engine / Motor
    6.5hp Gas – Manual Start
  • Clutch Engagement
    Centrifugal

CONSTRUCTION

  • Frame
    Modified 4 post
  • Bandwheels
    16″
  • Guide System
    Dual Shoe Guides, Fixed
  • Lift System
    Manual Cable
  • Measuring
    Dual Scale 1″and 4,5,6,8 Quarter
  • Main Bearings
    1.5″

WARRANTY

  • 3-Year Limited Warranty
    Residential Use
  • 6-Year Warranty
    Main Shafts and Bearings

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HFE-21 HOMESTEADER SAWMILL

$3,395.00

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OPTIONS

HFE-21E Homesteader Sawmill

5HP 220V Electric 12' Ground Track

$3,895.00Add to cart

WM132 Blade Replacement

Single Blade

$21.88Add to cart

WM132-BOX Blade Replacement

Case of 15 Blades

$262.50 Out of stock

TE-21 6' Steel track Extension

w/Dog

$450.00Add to cart

HF-BG-KIT Blade Guide Kit

Guide Wear Parts

$44.95Add to cart

3 reviews for HFE-21 HOMESTEADER SAWMILL

  1. Ronnie Meade

    I went ahead and purchased the Homesteader HFE-21 mill from Chad from Timber Works. traveled to Laramie and he brought it to me.
    I’ve got it set up on an old 18′ sled I have just temporary to test it out. I have cut up several 1×6’s and they are top quality boards that are straight and smooth. Had to sit down with manual to figure out how log rule works. Found out one thing and that is don’t let people driving by see you cutting boards as they want to order some and I had to tell them I really wasn’t in the business selling boards yet. I told them to get a hold of you guy’s if they wanted a mill. Surprised how easy it was to get started.

  2. James Meixner

    i bought the hfe-21 about 4 years ago and i absolutely love it. The main things to remember is to make sure the track is straight and solid and that the blade is sharp and you don’t try to cut too fast. dry pine cuts so fast, green boards are horrible as they are too sappy and dense and bind up the blade. i tried getting blades sharpened but they never cut as well as a new blade. make sure the water has soap in it and is flowing well.
    My machine has paid for itself many times over.
    the people at Hud-Son are always great when i need blades or parts.
    I highly recommend this machine.

  3. Dean Maher

    Recently purchased a HFE 21 Homesteader. Saw works great except the Log Dogs are positioned so as to push cant out of square. Having been in the sawmill manufacture business for a number of years I have a bit of experience. The point on the 1/2″ square bar (cut on angle) is above centerline of square edge on opposite side of log causing log to roll. If you have a welder and have the experience necessary to fix this problem then by all means buy. If no, keep searching.

  4. Hud-Son (store manager)

    Thank you for your review Dean. We designed the offset pin to allow for a 1” remaining board on the bottom and to work with the “Cant Stops” on the track. Once you have a squared off a cant, lower the Square post all the way down and only dog into the bottom 1” of the Cant against the stops. This should eliminate the issue without after market welding.

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