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Stuewe Woodworking LLC

Listing #512   Listed on: 05/25/2014

I bought a Logosol chainsaw mill in 2001 and over the years have sawn over 12000bf of mostly 4/4 lumber using a Stihl 066 chainsaw. I also built a solar kiln that year. In 2009 I added an Alaskan 72" chainsaw mill powered by a Stihl MS880 In mid 2010 I acquired a used Woodmizer LT40 fully hydraulic bandsaw mill and a Nyle L200 kiln. Also, on January 31, 2010 I retired from selling Insurance and became a “full time woodworker”. In 2017 I purchased a Lucas Mill Dedicated Slabber with a 76" capacity. One of the benefits of owning my own sawmill is that I can saw any species of tree or log. With a sawmill capability of up to 76" in width there are not many trees in Central Texas that I cannot convert to lumber for your personalized project. I have built custom tables, cabinets, an aspen log bed, mantels, Murphy bed, keepsake, jewelry and domino boxes and various other types of custom furniture
Company Name:   Stuewe Woodworking LLC
Contact Name:   Bill Stuewe
Location:   GEORGETOWN, TX  78626
Year Founded:   2001
Sq. Footage:   0
Employees:   1
Gross Sales:   N/A

Product Specialties:
    Hardwood Lumber
    Milled Lumber / Lumber for construction
    Softwood Lumber
    Wood Waste

Service Specialties:
    Custom Sawing
    Kiln Drying

Sawmill Equipment:
    Sawmills: Portable - Woodmizer
    Sawmills: Portable - Lucas

Viewer Comments:

Posted By: balde Garcia     [07/19/2015]
Hello Mr Bill,can people go to you shop to see how a mill works. I'm from McAllen TX and will be in Austin area to move my son back home.That will probably be the last time I will be in that area . thanks for your time..Balde

Posted By: bob     [09/02/2018]
would love to see what you have in pecan for a 6' dining table. Thanks

Posted By: Jan Schneider Johnson     [11/23/2019]
Could you build me a farmhouse table? 37”x 80”?
Pictures? How much?

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