Get a Free Log Scale at the Sawmill Store
SCRIBNER LOG VOLUME TABLE
Length of log in feet
Diameter
of log in
inches at
small end
BOARD
FEET
The narrow band saw kerf technology of my portable sawmill will
provide up to 33% more lumber. So when you scale your logs you can
expect to end up with nearly 1/3 more lumber than shown on this scale
If you do not see the size of your logs or need help figuring the
board feet of lumber contact me and I can scale your logs for you and
calculate lumber volume.
Free Log Scale
To receive your own free Scribner log scale please visit the Sawmill Store where you
can get our free Scribner log volume table.
All Rights Reserved. Designated trademarks and brands are the property of their respective owners. Use of this Web site constitutes acceptance of the West Coast Lands website
User Agreement and Privacy Policy.
Log Scale
  8
10
12
14
16
12
40
50
60
70
80
13
50
60
70
80
100
14
60
70
90
100
110
15
70
90
110
120
140
16
80
100
120
140
160
17
90
120
140
160
180
18
110
130
160
190
210
19
120
150
180
210
240
20
140
170
210
240
280
21
150
190
230
270
300
22
170
210
250
290
330
23
190
240
280
330
380
24
200
250
300
350
400
Need more information about log scales / rules? Click Here
CLICK HERE to visit our new on line store for more log scales, Cant Hooks,  
sawmill tools and logging equipment.
This Scribner log scale will help you find the board feet in logs
To purchase a Scribner Scale Book that has the complete tables for figuring log
volumes up to 80' lengths and 93" diameters please see
this page.
How to find the board feet of lumber in a log?
The most common method used is the Scribner Log Volume Table (see below), Other
methods include the Doyl
e and International scale or tables. More information
Get a free instant download of all three log scales at the Sawmill Store