This machine is specifically designed for cutting large timber slabs. From wide fence palings to designer counter tops and board room tables, the Dedicated Slabber is a must have for those with access to large, quality logs.
Specification DSM 23
ENGINE 23H/P vertical shaft electric start, V-twin Vanguard, petrol.
TRANSMISSION 5” centrifugal clutch, 2 A24 belts
BAR Slabbing bar with harvester sprocket
CUT LENGTH Up to 6.1m in standard form
CUT SIZES 1.5M (5') or 1.9M (6' 4")
CARRIAGE 125kg - 135kg
SHIPPING WEIGHT 365kg
SHIPPING SIZES Box: .87m x .75m x 2.8m
Tracks: .3m x .2m x 6.1m
Lucas Mill produces three slabbing options – the Dedicated Slabber, Super Slabber and the Slabbing Attachment.
For full-time slabbing operations, or cases where the operation will change from circular to slab milling regularly, the Dedicated Slabber or Super Slabber is recommended.
For those more focused on cutting boards and beams, but still wanting to have the slabbing option available, the attachment is a hassle free and cost effective alternative.
For logs greater than 1.9 metres in width the Lucas Mill Super Slabber offers an ideal solution for cutting large timber slabs.
The Super Slabber is powered by an electric start, 23HP Briggs and Stratton, Vanguard engine and is capable of cutting up to 2.7m (9’) wide and a depth of 271mm (10.5”).
This is a complete stand-alone machine. However a trolley only version is available which can come with additional parts to modify the width of your existing end frames. (Please note older mills may require additional upgrades)
Slabbing Attachments are available to fit all Lucas Mill Models, and are compatible with both new and old machines. This attachment is simply fitted to the output shaft with a special drive hub and harvester sprocket, after removing the circular blade.
The slabbing attachment is an affordable option for those who would like to try slabbing or plan to use their mill mostly for cutting boards, but would still like to have the slabbing option.
Fitting the slabbing attachment is a simple process. Following the instructions provided, this task should only take the operator 5-10 minutes.