SAW ENGINEER
July through December 1999 - Issue No. 155
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Access our website for information about:

 
  • New products (The CNC circular saw sharpener shown on page 3 of this issue is not the only project in the works)
  • Workshops at Armstrong (Filers come to Armstrong from all over the world to learn about the hydraulics, electronics, and mechanics of their Armstrong machines)
  • Steam powered sawmill (Built in 1939, this mill burns wood waste to power an 8 ft bandmill, carriage and edger to saw logs up to 85 feet long)
  • Big trees (A grove near Armstrong has Douglas Fir up to 10 ft in diameter)
  • Timing cams (Illustrated, step-by-step instructions as well as many of the most popular tooth shapes)
  • Illustrated parts lists (as well as operating instructions and troubleshooting guides for many Armstrong machines and tools)
  • Nearest stocking distributor (for genuine Armstrong parts and service from factory-trained technicians)
  • Agendas & venues for filer meetings (you can often E-mail the secretary right or connect to the filer association website from Armstrong’s website)
  • Update on Elkins' round-the-world trip (Filer and his wife survive a typhoon off the California coast on the sailboat featured in a recent Saw Engineer)

 


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