Turn Logs to Lumber With This Inexpensive Tool.

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The Timber Tuff Lumber Cutting Guide is a great, inexpensive tool enabling the transformation of just about any chainsaw into a lumber mill.  This lumber cutting guide allows you to make boards, beams, and slabs from logs of various sizes, dimensions, and species.  It is a great addition to any woodworking shop both home and professional.  What makes the Timber Tuff lumber cutting guide such a good addition to the tool bag compared to others is its price, which comes in at just under $25(US).  Other companies, such as Haddon, make very similar guides at very non-similar prices.  The comparable Haddon lumber cutting guide will set you back just under $110(US).

lumber cutting guide

I personally own the Timber Tuff Lumber Cutting Guide pictured above and have used it quite a bit over the last few years.  It does require a few pieces of dimensional lumber to glide across when cutting, but setup is rather simple and straightforward.  Milling your own lumber is fun and rewarding and allows an added aspect of uniqueness to your woodworking projects.  For more information on pricing, specs, and customer reviews I have attached links to both the Timber Tuff and Haddon lumber cutting guides below, as well as a link to a video demonstration of the guide in action.

Timber Tuff Lumber Cutting Guide

Haddon Lumber Cutting Guide

Timber Tuff Cutting Guide Demonstration

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