Cone Machinery gangs feature horizontal arbors (either one or two), with guided saws spaced along the arbor to make lumber, or a combination of lumber and cants. Saws can be made to shift if desired.
Driven bed rolls keep the cants moving through the gang, and press rolls (sometimes driven) are employed to keep cant down on the press rolls.
Cone Machinery gang saws are state-of-the-art, featuring thin saw kerf technology, advance saw lubrication systems, high performance, and low maintenance.
The gangs feature heavy duty frames; cantilevered arbor assemblies (no door bearings); heavy duty driven bed roll assemblies; Saw Saver Saw Guide Lubrication Systems; steel or aluminum saw guides; clam shell opening saw access hatch, and optional shifting saws to make timbers.