Superb Quickest Computerized Wooden Sawmill Machines Working – Wooden Chopping Machine Fashionable Expertise

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Alexandru Mihalache says:

1:33 romanian wood … stolen 🙁

Benjamin Miiller says:

Jesus, that almost seems unfair to Mother Nature.

bbcisrubbish says:

The parts that ARE automatic are very impressive.

bbcisrubbish says:

This is automatic? Why are the men there?

Jon Witkowski says:

hope your client reduced his bottom line and you lined your wallet

Jon Witkowski says:

mind numbing to watch for 1 minute

Jon Witkowski says:

cool robot creating great jobs

Adam Adam says:

ДИЗ ЗА ЛЕСАРУБСТВО!

Brian Glade says:

Kinda like the sawmill gravy Chilis used to have….

Irvin Slagter says:

I agree with Adam Ski and Mike Brown. Now we know why our resources are drying up!

Robert Jackson says:

The old chip and saw made 2×4 out side material cut in the shape of a cross…

Adam Ski says:

OMG! instead of cutting one of those into three pieces, they just reducing it by planning… it's called MORON job

Its Over says:

deforest is an act of war.

//LSPDFR// says:

The song of the minute 2 please

Bruce McGilvray says:

All that work to make a toothpick…

john turner says:

My next door neighbours dog needs debarking

Ken T says:

As we strip the life giving resources of the planet…(you know, OXYGEN ..that one thing we breath.)

happy single says:

terrible job…..

Mike Brown says:

I don't understand the first sequence, they appear to be milling 4 x 6 boards down to about 4 x 1s, which seems a waste of most of the material. If a thinner board is desired, then why not rip them down to size with a band saw or circular saw?

patrick charles says:

Very nice video. Sawmill worker since 1982. I see some familiar equipment, but the jigsaw gang is something else!

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