Hermann G. Dittbenner, of Minneapolis, Minnesota, assignor to Diamond Iron Works, a corporation of Minnesota claims to have invented certain new and useful improvements to twin circular saw mills. Patent filing February 12, 1904, Serial No. 193,244.
Hermann claimed his invention relates to mills designed for the sawing of logs without the use of a carriage; and the object of the invention is to provif amill by means of which the slabs and also the first cut of the boards can be quickly an simultaneously removed from the log, thereby fitting it for the gang and avoiding the necessity of putting it through the resaw.
Patent awarded Sep 19, 1095.