ALASKAN SMALL LOG MILL – G777
ALASKAN SMALL LOG MILL
Part Number and name: Small Log Mill – G777
Used for/with: Chainsaws with bars of 16-20” and 50-70cc or more displacement.
CHAIN SAW BAR MUST BE SOLID STEEL, NOT A LAMINATE. LAMINATE BARS WILL NOT WORK WITH THIS TOOL. CHECK WITH BAR MANUFACTURER BEFORE PLACING ORDER
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE HAVE HAD TO DISCONTINUE USING CLEAR MATERIAL FOR THE GUARD IN ORDER TO KEEP THE MILL AFFORDABLE. THIS CHANGE IS PURELY COSMETIC AND WILL NOT AFFECT THE USABILITY OR SAFETY OF THE MILL.
Fits: All Chainsaw makes
General description: Small Log Mill clamping post assembly, polycarbonate safety guard, assembly hardware & instruction manual. Ready to mount with some assembly required. High-quality U.S. made aircraft aluminum and zinc-plated steel construction. MADE IN THE USA.
Use description: Clamps onto your chainsaw bar with no drilling required. Tighten pressure bolts on to chain bar to make cuts up to 18” wide and 1/2” to 13” deep. Lightweight and portable, enables user to mill lumber where the tree falls. No previous experience required! Ideal for making slabs, planks and beams. New CNC-Machined billet end brackets! (See photo) These new end brackets are more accurate, easier to adjust, create less vibration than the old die cast version and are virtually unbreakable. Perfect for homeowners, woodworkers, arborists and sawyers. Optimal results will be had when used in conjunction with Granberg ripping chain.
ONE TREE PLANTED FOR EVERY ALASKAN MILL SOLD UP TO 5,000 TREES!
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Shipping weights and dimensions: 24″x13.5″x3″ 10 lbs.
Related products: Ripping chain, V rail (0590f), wood screws (0567f), pressure bolts (0768F)
Ed Marsh –
I had a 10″ Ash log, 6′ long, with a fork at the small end about 14″ wide. I wanted to cut it in half to make bench seats – so I bought one of these mills. I was super impressed by the quality, design, and instructions. I put the mill on my Husky 450 (which is probably a little under powered) and set up some wood rails.
It did perfectly, and I encourage anyone who is wondering whether this mill is useful; it’s a great little tool. I’m gonna carry it into the woods to use on some of our northern NM Ponderosa so I can carry out lumber instead of logs.
PS – A Husky 450 with 18″ bar is ultra light, but with the ripping chain – on Ash – it never refused.
I highly recommend this mill for anyone! I doesnt have the capability of doing the massive slabs, but can do upwards of 18″. Ive slabbed 1000’s of bf with mine in the last 3 years ive had mine. And love it. Was using a smaller 50cc but moved up to a 68cc and that gives it the power to motor through anything. Granberg also has amazing personal customer service. A piece on my mill broke and qfter speaking with them they sent out a replacement! Again very happy with it highly recommend.
Joshua Bridgeman –
Just got done unboxing and putting everything together. Very impressed with the quality and instructions printed in color. Equipment feels extremely sturdy, excited to test this out!
Wayne Sharko –
Easy assembly and use. Works great on Paper birch and Russian Olive. Will using it on poplar soon. Very satisfied. I’m a hobby wood worker only and this is just the ticket.
Paul Cox –
Had mine for 10 years now mounted on my stihl ms441cm. I’ve even used mine with a 28″ bar cutting maple and oak without any deviation in thickness from side to side. High quality and great for my hobby woodworking. Saved me thousands of dollars.
Mike Bowen –
I tried my new Granberg Alaskan Saw Mill today for the very first time. It’s amazingly simple to use – and the results speak for themselves.
The picture below is of several beautiful six foot long, two inch thick, twenty inch wide oak slabs that I cut from a freshly cut log that I spotted lying in a commercial lot near where I live. I called the phone number that was on a sign on the lot. The owner was more than happy for me to remove the log from his property. I sliced it into slabs right where it lay. Easy peasy.
Great product! Thanks!
Chris Spencer –
Was going for a lighter weight milling system for a small rural property and for access to fallen native timber on isolated bush blocks. Great quality and fantastic service Granberg in getting this and the chains out to NZ during the difficult pandemic times. Very happy with my mini-mill and the work it has done so far on both NZ native and exotic timber. (though, buggered one chain on an old overgrown bridge spike!). Big thanks from New Zealand