Woodlandia LogRipper sawmills
What are the LogRipper^{®} machines?
All models come with:

the LogRipper200 milling 6x6" (150x150mm) 

Cons:
 User shall provide proper waste management (optional VAC system for the machine is offered separately);
 User has to understand very well the details of how to setup the machine properly (detailed user manuals are provided);
 Improper setup of the machine can cause slower speed, sawblades damage & downtimes;
 Produces "hard waste": 2 slabs: one on top, 2nd on the bottom of the milled log;
 6x6" (150x150mm) only can be milled from small range = 9 to 11" (230280) logs;
 2 Sawblade system may cause the step in the middle of the board (properly set machine shall not produce the step bigger than 0.5mm);
Featiures of the LogRipper160X, 200, 200X, 300:
Models  LogRipper160X (20172019) OBSOLETE 
LogRipper200 (20182020) 
LogRipper200X (since 2021) 
LogRipper300 (by spcial order) 
Input raw log diameter range:  29 3/4" (50250 mm) 
211" (50280 mm) 
211" (50280 mm) 
515" (125380 mm) 
Input raw log length range:  16.5 m (40"  21 ft)  16.5 m (40"  21 ft)  16.5 m (40"  21 ft)  26.5 m (6.5  21 ft) 
Max Output lumber/timber (HxW):  160x160 mm (6 1/4 x 6 1/4") 
200x160 mm (8 x 6 1/4") 
200x160 mm (8 x 6 1/4") 
300x250 mm (12 x 10") 
Troughput:  upto 15 m/min (49 ft/min) 
upto 15 m/min (49 ft/min) 
upto 15 m/min (49 ft/min) 
upto 15 m/min (49 ft/min) 
Expected Productivity when milling: 
4.89.6 Mfbm (1020 c m) 
1020 Mfbm (2448 c m) 
Similar or better than LogRipper200 as 200X has 20% more powerful motors 
3060 Mfbm (67134 c m) 
Milling (cheaping) Motor Power:  2x18.5Kw (2x24HP)  2x18.5Kw (2x24HP)  2x22Kw (2x30HP)  2x40Kw (2x55HP) 
Max thickness the of the wood fiber (side slab) the machine is capabale to remove per side: 
2 3/4" (70mm)  2 3/4" (70mm)  2 3/4" (70mm)  3 3/4" (95mm) 
Sawing Motor Power:  2x15Kw (2x20HP)  2x15Kw (2x20HP)  2x18.5Kw (2x24HP)  2x30Kw (2x40HP) 
Sawblade diameter & kerf:  D=250mm, d=50mm Kerf =2.8mm 
D=250mm, d=50mm Kerf =2.8mm 
D=250mm, d=50mm Kerf =2.8mm 
D=380mm, d=60mm Kerf=4mm 
Max sawblades per spindle:  6  8  8  8 
VAC system included?  Yes, 5.5KW (7HP)  Yes, 5.5KW (7HP) 
No, VAC is optional 
No, VAC is optional 2x11KW (2x14.75HP) 


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What about milling speed of the LogRippers?
Please note that milling speed greatly depends on:
 Motor power (machine with more powerful motors will be more productive);
 Wood species density (hardwood is harder to mill, frozen wood maybe harder to mill);
 Wood reduction (how much wood needs to be turned into the waste by the chipping cutterheads);
 Number of sawblades installed (more sawblades = more resistance = more power required);
 Condition of the sawblades and cutters (dull tooling does not work, right angle for the sawblades theeth is also important);
 Infrastructure & waste management;
 People (yes, people matter as knowledgeable, responsible, caring personnel is one of keys of the success and trouble free operation);
What about productivity of the LogRipper200 & 200X?
 Let's assume one needs to mill 6x6" or 150x150mm timbers;
 6x6"x10ft = 30 board feet per piece. 150x150x3000mm = 0.0675 cubic meterper piece;
 Lets assume the LogRipper works 45 minutes per hour during 8 hours workshift = 360 min/workshift (some time maybe needed for the tooling change, cofee breaks, etc);
 If we assume that the logs are fed butt to butt into LogRipper200 or 200X working with average speed 20ft/min (6m/min) and it can mill 12 such logs per minute then it is 360720 pieces per workshift;
 It means that LogRipper200 or 200X theoretically can mill:
 from 10,800 fbm to 21,600 fbm what is from 360 to 720 pcs of 6x6"x10ft per workshift;
or  from 24.3 cubic meters to 48.6 cubic meters what is from 360 to 720 pcs of 150x150x3000mm per workshift;
 from 10,800 fbm to 21,600 fbm what is from 360 to 720 pcs of 6x6"x10ft per workshift;
 Please note:
 These numbers make sence only for the 6x6" or 150x150mm.
 The actual speed depends on few factors (see these consideratoins above);
 Other profiles can result with significantly smaller production numbers.
For example for 4x4"x10ft (100x100x3000mm) the productivity would be different as 4x4"x10ft = 13.33 boardfoot and 100x100x3000mm = 0.03 cubic meter per piece.
So during the workshift one theoretically can mill: from 360 to 720 pcs of 4x4"x10ft what is from 4,799 to 9,598 fbm;
or  from 360 to 720 pcs of 100x100x3000mm what is from 10.8 to 21.6 cubic meters;
 from 360 to 720 pcs of 4x4"x10ft what is from 4,799 to 9,598 fbm;
What about productivity of the LogRipper300?
 Let's assume one needs to mill 10x10" (350x250mm) squaresl
 10x10"x20ft = 166.67 board feet. 250x250x6000mm = 0.375 cubic meter;
 If we assume that the logs are fed butt to butt into the LogRipper300 and it works 45 minutes per hour during 8 hours workshift = 360 min/workshift (some time maybe needed for the tooling change, cofee breaks, etc);
 Then LogRipper300 working on average speed 20ft/min (6m/min) can mill 0.51 such logs per minute = 180360 pieces per workshift;
 It means that LogRipper300 theoretically can mill per workshift:
 from 30,000 to 60,000 fbm what is 180360 pcs 10x10"x20ft per workshift;
or  from 67 to 134 cubic meters what is 180360 pcs of 250x250x6000mm per workshift;
 from 30,000 to 60,000 fbm what is 180360 pcs 10x10"x20ft per workshift;
 Please note:
 These numbers make sence only for the 10x10".
 The actual speed depends on few factors (see these consideratoins above);
 Other profiles than 10x10" can result with significantly smaller production numbers;