First of all, this Sawmill is portable!
So you can take the sawmill to the log. This will allow you to avoid having to pull the log along the ground which will cause sand and earth to be embedded in the bark. Sand and dirt in the bark will dull your chain quickly.
Quick Set Up
Just make sure all four legs stand firmly on the ground - preferably in a level spot.
Roll Logs up to Sawmill
The sawmill is designed to allow the logs to be rolled directly from a log table onto the log bed and to be sawn at working height. You can build a makeshift log table out of smaller logs, or you can construct a stepped ramp out of lumber.
Now the fun part! Roll the log onto the log bed and wind it up to working height. Saw off the outer slab and the first, non-edge board.
Turn the log and repeat on the other side
Raise the log on edge and saw out planks and boards. (Cut Parallel to the log center.)
Turn the log and remove the outer slab.
Then stand the surface boards on edge and cut the wane off.