New Invention to Help Landscapers

Updated May 8, 2013
Armidale’s John Archer alongside his stone-cutting invention. Photo Credit:’s John Archer alongside his stone-cutting invention. Photo Credit:

An Armidale sawmill owner is branching out into a new field, releasing a cutting-edge invention. 

John Archer of J and J Sawmilling has patented a stone-cutting mill, designed to make stone masonry more accessible. 

Archer says the prototype for the invention was created five years ago when he and wife Jeannie used it to cut stone for walls in their garden.

“Then we realized we had an idea, and we went further with it,” he says. “Now it is available to the public.

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By Victoria Nugent 

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