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PRAZI BEAM CUTTER Model PR-7000
PRAZI BEAM CUTTER Replacement Chain (p7020)
PRAZI BEAM CUTTER Chain Sharpening Kit (p7019)
PRAZI BEAM CUTTER Storage Case (p7090)
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I must admit, I had my doubts. I bought the Beam Cutter to rip several logs from my lot into lumber. I wanted to build a few items with wood "from the home place". I tried a chainsaw, I tried a reciprocating saw, I tried splitting (like shakes) for a few shorter pieces. There is no way I could afford a powered sawmill, so that was out. Then I saw an ad for the Prazi Beam Saw, and figured I would give it a shot. I mounted the saw onto an old worm drive that I had rarely used because it was too cumbersome to be much use on jobsites. Turns out that heavy worm drive is perfect to drive the Prazi saw. I ended up fabricating a second handle to help push the saw through the cut, and it works great. So far, I have sawed half of one 5' long 12"+ diameter Ambrosia Maple log, and have gotten 5 really nice slabs to dry and finish. I highly recommended the Prazi Beam Cutter! Dave Burroughs on Sep 5th 2022
Prazi 12 inch on a skil worm drive saw.. We cut 300 6×6 fence post on a high end fence project. Everyone including myself was impressed with the Prazi beam cutter. I also used one on a 29,000 s.f. home I built from white oak. We cut curved oak timbers into trusses. Fantastic. Terry Walker on Sep 30th 2021
saw a guy with the beam cutter on a cordless worm drive and decided it was worth a shot. Best decision I made. No more out of wack cut to be recut or shaved smooth. Cuts 6x6 with ease amd can put 4x4 in a row and cut all my posts in minutes with flipping them over at all. Once you get use to where the blade hits after first few cuts your off and running. Extremely impressed! Justin W Cameron on Jul 9th 2020