Guild of Oregon Woodworkers

7634 SW 34th Avenue Portland, OR 97219

People who turn logs into lumber

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Norm Baird (Guild member)

Toledo, WA

Norm has a bandsaw mill that is not portable, so you'll need to transport your log to him. Bob would consider doing small jobs for, or with friends (and all Guild members are friends!) or medium sized jobs for a share of the lumber.

Kevin Kaster

Kaster’s Kustom Cutting

Beaver Creek, OR

We do not do portable anymore. On site we have a Lucas chainsaw mill. We can cut 72" wide by 20' long on the Lucas. We also have a Woodmizer HD 50. It can cut 24" wide and 32' long. We have 3 dry kilns. We sell urban salvage hardwoods, Black Walnut, Maple,Oak and other yard trees. We also do Cedar and Douglas Fir, most is F.S.C. certified. We sell dry slabs of Black walnut, Maple, Redwood, Fir, Pine, Cherry, Elm and other yard trees I'm not remembering. We are also tied in with moulding services, log turners, other kilns.

Don McMaster (Guild Member)

Has a chain saw mill and can cut up to 32" wide.

Todd Patterson (Guild Member)

Sticks milling


Very reasonable. Has a wood mixer saw.

Ron Senger (Guild Member) and Brian Warrington

Ron Senger

Portland, OR

Brian Warrington

Scappoose, OR

Ron and Brian are partners and have a band saw mill to saw logs, and a kiln to dry it. Brian is setting up a circular saw Mill.

Ken Vetterick (Guild Member) and David Mealy (Milwaukie Hardwoods LLC)

K & D Hardwoods LLC

10307 SE 282nd Ave, Boring, OR


Has a band mill, Alaskan chain saw, boom truck, 3 kilns, and thousands of board feet of kiln dried and green lumber.

Bruce Whiting

Osprey Custom Sawing

Estacada, OR


Has a band saw mill he can move to the client's site.

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