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Incredibly versatile, the LT15 sawmill is very popular because of its high quality, wide capabilities, proven reputation, and affordability. From enabling rural development, sawing multiple shifts commercially, to supplying quality lumber for the home hobbyist, this sawmill does it all. 

The LT15 cuts logs up to 70 cm in diameter and 5.4 m long with the standard bed options. In order to cut longer logs, bed extensions can be added to extend the sawmill bed to any required cutting length. Thin-kerf blades require minimal energy consumption, so smaller motors provide sufficient power to cut all wood types. Petrol and diesel engine options are available.

Logs are secured to the bed by the two standard log clamps and three adjustable backstops. Head height is precisely positioned by an electronic up/down motor. Cutting is accomplished by steadily advancing the sawmill head along the length of the log by turning a hand crank. Once the cut is completed, the head is pulled back and lowered into position for the next cut. 

A water tank feeds lubrication directly to the blade to improve cutting performance and keep the blade clean. The adjustable blade guide arm keeps the blade well supported while cutting various sized material. Blade tension is easily adjusted, and keeps the blade at the proper tension for cutting. Wood-Mizer’s wide range of affordable blades can meet any cutting requirement, and deliver maximum log yield and minimal waste of the valuable timber. 

Popular Options 

Increase productivity with Setworks - simply select the board thickness required and the head height automatically positions for each cut. Increase production by adding power feed forward/reverse. A debarker, which prolongs blade life by clearing away dirt and rocks from the bark, can be added to AC models. Add the MP100 moulder/planer in order to produce finished beams and moulded columns. 

LT15 Equipment

Electrical Up & Down

Power up/down 
Electrical head up/down and a simple hand crank system for the feed.

Log Clamp

Log Handling
Two log clamps and three log side supports secure logs for sawing.


Every LT15 comes pre-wired for the optional debarker, which extends blade life by clearing the blade path of dirt and rocks. (AC models only).

Mould & Plane 
By adding the MP100 moulding / planing head to the sawmill.


Electronic Setworks
Simply select the board thickness required and the head height automatically positions for each cut.

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Standard 7.5 kW electric motor
Options 14 HP petrol
18 HP petrol
10 HP diesel
Cutting Capacity
Length 5.2 m (2 segments 2.7 m each)
5.4 m (3 segments 1.95 m each)
7.9 m (3 segments 2.7 m each)
Diameter 70 cm
Max. width of cut 64 cm
Sawmill Head Features & Options
Standard Power up/down (only AC)
Blade Guide Arm
Blade Tension system
Hand crank feed system
Blade lubrication tank
Roller blade guides
Optional Power Feed (only AC)
Computer SW10 Setworks
Debarker (only AC)
Sawmill Bed Features & Options
Standard Three log backstops
Log clamps for bed each section
Log taper wedge
Three bed sections
12 adjustable leveling feet
Optional Bed extensions (1.95 m or 2.7 m)
Log loading ramps
Cant Hook
MP100/150 log moulder/planer
Length 4010 mm
Width 32-35 mm
Blade Wheel diameter 483 mm
Sawmill Requirements
Normal power usage E11 - 16 Amp
E15 - 25 Amp
Dust collection port size 101.6 mm diameter

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