Lucas Mill Photos
A typical full-time milling operation in Eastern Australia.
With the range of wide slabbing options available, beautiful slices of timber like this can be obtained.
The Australian Army conducting a training session in the use of Lucas portable sawmills.
The Lucas Mill is capable of cutting more that just tree trunks. Large burls such as this are a popular choice for table tops and other decorative furnishings.
This extra-long set-up in New Zealand demonstrates the flexibility of the Lucas Mill framework.
By joining multiple sets of tracks together, any length of timber can be sawn.
Locals in the Solomon Islands work as a team to harvest their own building materials from local timber resources.
Even the most obscure pieces of timber can be harvested with a Lucas Mill.
The Lucas Dedicated Slabber is the ideal machine for those wanting to mill large burl slabs.
After the bushfires destroyed many of the traditional cattleman’s huts in the Victorian High Country, Lucas Mill lent a hand in re-building these iconic structures.
Size really doesn’t matter when you have a Lucas Mill.
At Mystery Creek, New Zealand’s largest agricultural show, the Lucas Mill was demonstrated cutting 2.7m wide slabs of 5000-year-old Swamp Kauri.
This photo puts in to perspective the magnitude of opportunity presented by Lucas Mill.
A spectacular collection of New Zealand Kauri slabs in Northland.
Lucas Mill demonstrates at shows right across the world every year.