Properly benched and sharpened saws are only 50% of the answer. Alignment and a plumb level track is a must. Good service, on time, job well done.

Jeff BahndorfHead FilerWinthrop, IAWieland and Sons

George has done rail work on our Maxi Mill, head rig, and pony rails since at least 1997. He has always done excellent work here and is highly recommended.

Harry DodgenHead Saw FilerEugene, ORSeneca Sawmill

The Acculine process of professional, precision alignment and rail grinding has added value to our business. Cost savings from improved saw performance and lumber quality are a benefit from having our head rig and Maxi Mill rails ground by Acculine. Rail restoration worked for us.

Jack HarrelsonVP/Manufacturing ManagerMacon, MSBarge Forest Products

George has ground both our head rig and pony rail and his work is spot on. The key to cutting good lumber is to get them done every few years.

Gary RogersMaintenance SupervisorShasta Lake, CASierra Pacific Industries

Nobody could remember when or if the headrig tracks had been ground. They were so bad I wasn’t sure they could be fixed. The cost to replace and downtime required prohibited us from taking that step. We found Acculine’s number in a timber magazine and called. Although he was busy all over the US he found the time to swing by our mill and give us a quote, which was approved. A plan was set in motion in which Acculine accommodated our schedule and respected our time frame, with no down time, Friday – Sunday. George at Acculine needed very little from us and did an excellent job on what seemed to be the impossible. We saw fewer cracked saws and quality rise, everything we hoped for.

Vaughn OgleHead MillwrightTownsend, MTRY Timber

George, I would like to thank you again for the great job you did on both head rig & pony tracks. I would recommend that any mill that is having issues with their tracks contact you to inspect their tracks and carriage. If the tracks are able to be ground Acculine will make sure they are straight and true from top to bottom and also save the mill time and money. Alignment and grinding can be done on a weekend so mill does not have to miss any production. If you have a good quality steel track you will be better off having it reground than buying a cheaper steel track that won’t be able to be reground when it wears out. Again I don’t think there is anyone out there that has the precision, dedication and knowledge to turn their old wore out tracks like new.

LeroyHead Saw FilerClatskanie, ORStimson Lumber

In the assessment with George, our track was .300”+ out of level on the flat rail on a large log carriage up to 26’ long X 48” dia. logs. My amazement was George was able to grind down about 30’ of this and just touch the rest to get very close to level. The touch George has on the V-rail to match the angles for the entire length is fascinating! Big money and labor savings to replace and most likely able to grind again in 8 or 10 years. This saves us thousands and thousands of dollars and labor!

Scott FackrellSaw Filing SupervisorTillamook, ORHampton Lumber

I have used Acculine Rails for thirteen-plus years and have recommended them to anyone and everyone that has asked. In addition to grinding worn rails I have had them come in periodically and tune the tracks up by shimming and adjusting to avoid having to grind them. I can’t stress enough how much I appreciate their service. We have two six foot doublecut carriages cutting at a very high speed so we demand accurate rails and Acculine comes through every time.

Mike WestHead Saw FilerChehalis, WACascade Hardwood