About Oregon Saws
While chopping firewood in 1946 logger and inventor Joseph Buford Cox observed a timber-beetle larva easily chewing through the timber and it inspired him to invent a revolutionary new saw chain that is still used today and is considered one of the biggest influences in timber harvesting. In 1947 the Oregon Saw Chain Manufacturing Corporation was created around the revolutionary new saw chain invented by Cox. By 1951 the company’s sales exceeded $1,000,000 and upon acquiring Planer Chain Ltd., became a multinational company. In 1959 Oregon Saws created a guard for saw chains that help reduce kickback and add safety resulting in fewer chain saw accidents and injuries and many companies require the use of the chain guard on their products. Oregon Saws continues to create quality products that are in demand today.
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