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Subject: Portable sawmill
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A Timberjig is a light-weight device that is fitted to a chainsaw and makes it possible to cut straight squared boards and planks from a log. The first cut is made with an aluminium or home-made wooden guide rail that is attached to the log ends. The following cuts are guided by the previously sawn surface.

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