Have you ever wondered what a log sees on its journey through a sawmill? We haven't either, but it's awesome to see.
Red Stag Timber decided to attach a Go Pro camera to one of its logs. It then sent that log on its regular journey through its sawmill. As you can expect, it's loud and intense.
Check it out above.
Red Stag Timber is a New Zealand-based lumber company. Its operation consists of a new USNR Tandem-Quadsaw sawmill line, with associated timber processing operations for kiln drying, planning, treating and remanufacturing. The company currently produces over nearly two million cubed feet of Radiata Pine and Douglas-fir lumber per annum, resulting in an annual turnover of over NZ $220 million. Red Stag Timber employs approximately 300 staff.
Its structural lumber, landscaping, industrial, appearance products and furniture lumber grades are sold in New Zealand and exported to Australia, the Pacific Islands, Asia, Africa, Europe and North America.
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