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Phillips Brother's Saw Mill History 30 min film


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Default Phillips Brother's Saw Mill History 30 min film

This was posted yesterday, It's a nice 30min documentary.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGuR3WN8PCs

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Default Re: Phillips Brother's Saw Mill History 30 min film

Thanks CB. There are other videos about this mill but this is a brand new one I haven't seen yet. Looks like it just came out.
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Default Re: Phillips Brother's Saw Mill History 30 min film

Box Factory in 4K

Published on Nov 12, 2014 by youtube user MrShoptaw

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The Phillips Brothers Mill and Box Factory in Northern California operates using steam power. The 12 stationary steam engines at the mill power the various machines used in the sawmill, the box factory and the machine shop. This video shows one of the mills vintage Mershon (serial number 3661) band saws being used. I'll let others venture a guess as to its age.
4K is in the title because if you have an internet connection that can handle it, and a monitor with the resolution - you can watch this in better quality than High Def(HD) TV. The little gear icon in a youtube video on the bottom is settings and it lets you select the resolution. My internet connection can't keep up with the 4K, but it's very beautiful at 1080HD.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSCU_sMnLOk


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