Nelson founded his company, JoeScan, from his dorm room in Washington State University’s Streit Hall in 1999.
New JS-20 MX100 Outdoor Edition is designed to optimize log sorting and bucking for maximum yields
The three-laser scan head collects high-density data on logs and cants at an affordable price.
The newest offering in the JS-20 family collects 10 times more data than the competing multipoint sensors.
Al-Tom head-rig carriage shows significant gains in yield, thanks to JoeScan scanners and a Nelson Bros. optimizer.
Weyerhaeuser’s Grande Prairie mill benefits from automated dunnage sorting solution.
Industry-leading warranty covers 5 years on every scan head sold after May 1, 2007 – and guarantees 10 years of support on every JS-20.
Automated side slab sorter developed for Plum Creek Ksanka's twin-band saw, sharp-chain in Fortine, Montana.
Sales increase 145 percent in 2006, with more than 270 units installed
New wide-laser-fan configuration allows simplified transverse scanning and delivers real data for all sides and ends of boards and cants
Winston Hardwoods adds front and backside scanning to their headrig carriage using JoeScan scanners.
New two-laser configuration delivers affordable snapshot scanning on carriages and short infeeds – full 3-D scan coverage in just one foot of travel.