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I've been extremely happy with the performance of my hm126, it handles hard wood and knots just as well as soft woods. It's very fuel efficient and starts first pull every time even in the cold. The only thing I do not like is sometimes after replacing a blade, the tracking can be a pain to get right. Other than that my only regret is not having more logs to cut.
The HM 126 XL Woodlander is great! The mill is very well built. With the trailer makes it very strong, easy to move and level. I would recommend this model to anyone. I have plans to use it a lot this summer, all my friends have plans also. I would recommend to anyone thinking of buying one, get the trailer with it. Without the trailer with the leveling jacks, it is very hard to set up and get level.
Purchased the HM130 in November of 2019. We had a few issues with the drive and alignment wheels , our blades wouldn't stay on. After several phone calls with the tech department and trouble shouting we decided to replace the wheels and that fixed all of our problems. We have milled several logs now without an issues. The tech support team didn't stop until we found the issue and fixed it. Many thanks to them.
It exceeded all expectations! Easy assembly and cut greats. The only negative is that the assembly instructions could be updated and detailed better. My only regret is that I would’ve got the HM130. Ive cut about 2000 bdft so far a mix of pine, poplar, cherry, maple, white oak and walnut. Cuts everything I’ve sat on the bed so far with ease.
I have been working my new Woodland Mills HM126 for a couple of months now, and I am quite pleased with its performance. I am a complete newbie to milling lumber from logs and am learning at a hundred miles an hour. I purchased this mill with the 9.5 hp motor on it with one set of the extensions. I am very happy that I spent the extra money for the bed extensions and regret that I never spent the extra money for the 14 hp motor. If I was to do it again, I would certainly spend the difference for the larger motor. Please don’t get me wrong, the 9.5 works very well and starts on the first pull every time. It however limits the speed at which you can produce product. My review on the HM 126 is all positive and I love it. I really wished that I had purchased this mill years ago. I am quite certain that by the time this mill is a year old, I will have more that paid for itself in lumber.
Love it! Having so much fun sawing logs into useful lumber to build a fence and deck.
The mill works great....the clamps that secure the log could be improved upon and I will probably modify mine...
Overall I'm pleased with my HM126Woodlander. Putting together was straight forward but a chore with the amount of bolt-lock nuts required. Fine tuning the blade (tracking and changing) easy as long as you remember short turns. With it being lower horse power and cutting a mix of hard and soft lumber I haven't figured out the right blade yet. Sawed up some frozen chestnut oak and only got 200brd/ft from a new blade(10degree).
I have been using my HM126 for nearly two years now. I shopped around for quite a while before deciding on this mill and I have nothing but good things to say about it! Very happy with its performance and build quality. I’ve run maple, oak, pine and spruce and built several structures on my property. The folks at woodland mills are nice people who will help you any questions and they stand behind their equipment.
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