HM122 Portable Sawmill

5.00 out of 5 based on 79 customer ratings
(79 customer reviews)

2,890.00 excl. VAT

7 HP Kohler Engine & 22” (55cm) Log Diameter Capacity

Woodland Mills has designed the HM122 sawmill for budget minded customers looking at getting into milling their own lumber at an exceptional price point. Based on our very popular HM126 model, the HM122 offers hobby sawyers an easy to use, well engineered sawmill with the ability to mill logs up to 22” (55cm) in diameter and 10’ 4” (3.1m) in length. The HM122 also supports an unlimited ability to extend your track to handle milling logs of any length.

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HM122 Specifications

Woodland Mills designed the HM122 sawmill for budget minded customers looking at getting into milling their own lumber at an exceptional price point. Based on our very popular HM126 model, the HM122 offers hobby sawyers an economical and well engineered mill. Featuring a powder coated structure and a 7.0 HP Kohler gas/petrol engine, this mill is a good choice for hobby sawyers.


The mill is capable of cutting 22″ (55cm) diameter logs up to 10’ 4” (3.1m) long. Extra track sections are available in 6’ 5” (1.95m) increments. Capable of squaring cants at 16″ (40cm) or live edge boards at 18″ (45cm) wide. It can also skim veneers at as thin as 1/16″ (1.6mm). The HM122 will cut within 1″ (25mm) of the deck ensuring that you maximize your usable board foot output.


Our mills are powered by a 7.0 HP 4-cycle Kohler gas/petrol engine. It features a slant cylinder design, with a cast iron cylinder bore and overhead valve for easy access. The Quad-Clean 4-stage air filtration system ensures only clean air enters the engine for maximum power and life of the engine. In addition, this engine is backed by a 3 year commercial warranty. Attached to the engine is an industrial centrifugal clutch system which offers “gas and go” efficiency and ease.

Track System

The head of our sawmill rolls along rigid 2.5″ x 2.5″ (6cm x 6cm) “L” channel which is cross supported with heavy duty 2 3/8″ x 4 3/4″ (6cm x 12cm) rectangle log bunks. These heavy duty cross supports also provide additional rigidity to the track system. The track also features one easy to use adjustable log clamp to securely hold the log while milling. The track itself consists of two 6’ 5” (1.95m) sections allowing for 10’ 5” (3.1m) log lengths. Additional 6’ 5” (1.95m) tracks may be attached to accommodate logs of any length.

General Construction

All major steel components feature either a powder coated or galvanized steel finish. This ensures your mill will stand up to nature’s elements. We recommend covering your mill when not in use, but if you forget, it’s good to know the mill will endure nature. The head moves up and down along galvanized steel channel via a very easy to turn hand crank system. The blade is kept lubricated by utilizing a water drip system. This prevents sap from gumming up your blade.


The HM122 utilizes 1.25″ x 125″ x 0.042″ (32mm x 3.175m x 1.0mm) Lenox Woodmaster hardened tipped blades which are available through Woodland Mills. Blade kerf is kept to a minimum at just .080″ (2mm) to maximize the most amount of lumber per log.


The sawmill is covered with a 2 year warranty against manufacturer’s defect and excludes wearing parts (belts, blades & bearings). The Kohler engine is covered by a 3 year commercial warranty which is honoured through any Kohler small engine dealer.

Power7.0HP Kohler Pro Command Gas/Petrol
Log Diameter Capacity22" (55cm)
Log Length Capacity10'4" (3.15m)
Additional Track Extensions6'5" (1.95m) (Multiple extensions can be added on)
Distance Between Blade Guides18" (45cm)
Maximum Cut Depth6" (15cm)
Last Cut Off Deck1" (2.5cm)
Maximum Cut Width16" (40cm) Square Cant or 18" (45cm) Live Edge
Last Cut Off Deck1" (2.5cm)
Track Rail Construction2.5" x 2.5" (63mm x 63mm) Galvanized Steel Rails
Track Log Bunks (Rectangle Tube Steel)2.375" x 4.75" (60mm x 120mm) Powder Coated
Log Clamps2 Screw Style
Head Design2 Post with Back Cross Support
Bandwheel Diameter16" (40cm)
Blade SizeLenox 1.25" Width x 125" Length x 7/8" Pitch (32mm x 3175mm x 22mm)
Blade Engagement SystemCentrifugal Clutch (Gas & Go)
Lubricant Tank0.8 Gallon / 3 Litre Plastic
FinishPowder Coat Paint / Galvanized Steel
Sawmill Weight460 lbs (210 kgs)
Shipping Weight500 lbs (227 kgs)
Sawmill Warranty2 Year Parts Warranty
Engine Warranty3 Year Warranty (Offered directly through Kohler)

Shipping Information

* Stocked items are delivered to your door within 2 to 11 business days. Tailgate service provided to most areas.

Approximate Delivery Times

Some residential deliveries may require additional days of service. Please call for shipping quote and delivery times for territories and remote locations.

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79 reviews for HM122 Portable Sawmill

  1.     My husband has built a large picnic table, a shooting bench, several toys for our daughter and now he is working on a lean-to tractor shed. He said that the machine has just about paid for itself! He has other lumber cut in store as well. He says thats it makes him so happy to use the wood from our very own trees. I have picked up some scrap wood from his cuts and did some arrows! Thank you for selling us a must have on the homestead:) John and Geri

    Location: MI, USA

  2. Here is a couple of pictures from earlier today. I got this pine out of the way for my blueberries I plan to plant. The lumber it produces will go to build a neighbor's chicken coop.

    Location: AL, USA

  3. Here are pictures from earlier today. I got this pine out of the way for my blueberries I plan to plant. The lumber it produces will go to build a neighbor's chicken coop.

    Location: AL, USA

  4. I love my mill!!

    Location: TN, USA

  5. Melissa, I am loving my 722 from Woodland Mills. I have sawn poplar 2x's for my brother to help him finish framing his barn. Currently I am working on replacing the railings around my porch. As you can see from the pictures, I am using cedar for the framing and have incorporated laser cut metal panel inserts that have been custom cut for the project. I really appreciate the customer service I have received with Woodland Mills. It is something of a rarity these days. I spent around 2 years researching sawmills before purchasing the 722 and I must say, it has met and even exceeded my expectations. I would and have already recommended Woodland Mills to anyone who has inquired. Thanks, Bryan Cooper 

    Location: AL, USA

  6. Here's some 1x17 sinker cypress from the bayous

    Location: LA, USA

  7. Here are some of the projects we finished on my 122.

    Location: TX, USA

  8. I am enjoying my mill. It was not difficult to put together at all. I mounted mine on a trailer then later ended up removing it. I have cut about 5000 board feet of lumber on it and have not had any issues. I think this mill is perfect for the hobbyist or someone with a small business. It has been perfect for me. I am considering upgrading to the larger mill in the future and woodland mill will definitely have my business. I wouldn't use any other mill company. Thank you to woodland mills and their wonderful company and staff. Thanks, Dan

    Location: IL, USA

  9. Good day folks, I got the mill up and running on the weekend.  It is amazing.  I attached a photo.  Take good care. Update: I absolutely love my sawmill.  I have been working on a project for our cottage and milled pretty much all the lumber for it.  I set it up a bit higher as most of the work is done at knee level for that exact reason, to be easier on the back.  I have a small electric crane/winch to lift the really heavy logs up onto the mill.  I am making board and batten for the cottage and also lumber for a lean to against our garage.  I will send pics when I am done. Steve Hi Lori, Well I milled up some black ash and made some charcuterie boards this weekend.  I got a taste of changing out my first blade as well  this weekend.  Unbeknownst to me there were a couple of nails in the tree and the tree had grown over top of them.  It didn’t destroy the blade but it dulled it pretty good.  I put the new blade on and did some trial and error with the adjustment bolt on the left fly wheel until the blade stopped tracking and rubbing on the blade guides and turned freely.  Re torqued the blade and I was off to the races.  Here are a few pic of the boards sanded and finished

    Location: Ontario, Canada

  10. Hello Lori, So far I am really enjoying my woodland mills sawmill and the customer service from you and your team has been excellent.  I have used it to resaw some oak beams in Alberta and have since transported it to our cabin in the BC interior to mill some lumber. Thank you, Logan Blakney

    Location: AB, Canada

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