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Creating art from elm

Many say wood is a fantastic material. Wood artist Anders Ölund shows that there is truth to this claim. He is a furniture maker...

Mouldings and panels

When the family moved back to Sweden ten years ago, Janne realised that it would be possible to live from the forest. He didn’t...

Logosol Open House

Abbey Timber in the south of Scotland lots of time is spent doing demos and answering questions on the sawmill and planers. Lunch is...

A Rounded Sauna Dream

A cylinder-shaped sauna with elegant armrests and backrests of aspen wood. Mikael Höglund used the “outdoor hot tub” moulding knives from Logosol when building...

Creative joy that encourages others, April Wilkerson, Texas

On her “merch” (T-shirts and sweaters) you find the messages: “Get to it”, “Dirty hands - Clean money” and “Pretty Tough”. Those statements also...

Shed 10 kilo when he changed from desk to carpentry

What is the difference between being head of a major transport company in the big city and building a log house out in the...

Furniture from city trees

Anton Alvarez borrowed a portable sawmill to complete his project "furniture from city park trees". Here you can find his wood working plans for...

Greenhouse in unique design with owner-cut lumber

Jonas Sjöberg has had a band sawmill from Logosol for many years and has been an active sawmill owner for quite some time. Jonas,...

Flying sawmills in Alaska

Chris Wesolowski of Anchorage, Alaska is a bush pilot and his expertise in this area has come in handy in getting portable sawmills to...

A Rounded Sauna Dream

A cylinder-shaped sauna with elegant armrests and backrests of aspen wood. Mikael Höglund used the “outdoor hot tub” moulding knives from Logosol when building...

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New Logosol Sawmill Gives Further Possibilities

For the first time in ten years, the wood-processing company Logosol presents a new Logosol Sawmill. The model passes under the name of M8...

Sawmill for a Queen