In 2015, Glen purchased a building in town in Pine River, and moved the manufacturing into the current facility.
In July 2017, Glen purchased additional property across the street from the initial building. In late 2017, Glen purchased a plasma table, press brake, welders and a paint booth, and pulled all of the metal fabrication in house.
Glen continued to work on refining his designs, and in mid 2018, launched the HWP-120, which was again, lighter, simpler and less expensive and was designed for a lower volume of firewood that would be used by an average homeowner.
The company continues to build the latest version of the HWP-140B, that is marketed towards commercial applications, and people that process 100+ cords of wood per year.
Glen continues to work on new designs and projects, and in 2019, launched the new HWP-125GS Grapple Saw, and just come out with an Inverted Splitter to complement the Grapple. These days, Glen focuses all his time on R&D to develop new products. Stay tuned for what he comes up with next!