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  • June 7, 2021 Paul Smith

    Are your circular saws being guided properly?

    Guide Check Stand

    Hopefully, the answer to that question is “Yes, they are.” A guided saw is a saw operating between two guides. This combination requires good guides, proper clearance and alignment to be effective in its purpose. The majority of guides are set and fixed to hold a saw as straight and true as possible. This allows the saw to cut a straight and uniform board. Some machines do have guides with an arbor that pivots slightly to follow the contour or the sweep of the wood that is being sawn. Either design provides a critical function when they are operating, or guiding, properly. 

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  • May 4, 2021 Paul Smith

    Paul Smith in 1976

    In 2020 Smith Sawmill Service celebrates 30 years of serving the wood industry. As a 19-year-old young man, Paul Smith was sharpening saw blades and learning his skill of the sawmill service business throughout Texas. He had a vision of how to help sawmill companies, and in 1990, Paul and his wife Debra started Smith Sawmill Service. Through the years they have grown the business with their son, Michael Smith, manager Dustin Norris and 70 faithful and knowledgeable employees.

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  • April 7, 2021 Paul Smith

    Saw Arbor and Sleeve Wear

    Is your saw fitting correctly on the arbor/sleeve? We, as an industry leader, are always looking for a better way to accurately establish measured standards that will determine when a part, such as an arbor sleeve, needs replacing.

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