The one with the kindling it would be far faster to make all of the cut at once rather than one at a time. You just need a longer conveyor and a stop at one end, Load the log on to conveyor push till it hits the end then make 30 cuts or what ever, […]
The one with the kindling it would be far faster to make all of the cut at once rather than one at a time. You just need a longer conveyor and a stop at one end,
Load the log on to conveyor push till it hits the end then make 30 cuts or what ever, keeping the blades down then push the logs out and on to the other conveyor raise the bars and slide in new one. The clamps should be more than enough to hold the log in place with out the bars getting pinched.
I wonder how much time is spent watching these fascinating machines… several methods used to produce almost the same result.
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I always think about the lovely things all this wood could be made into, seems such a waste to burn it instead of making it into something.i know you can replant but it takes years for these to grow .I have done firewood and split a bunch as well as tree work.
I got a problem of a different nature that I plan to use a wood splitter to resolve. Since 2017 I have had a rotten 3rd molar on bottom it has hurt me 4 years. Dentists give me run arounds and every excuse not to pull it out and I had the cash then some in my hand.
I had enough. So I plan to use the hydraulic on a 27 ton Countyline wood splitter the Ram with paracord around it and pull it if that doesn’t work it’s time for my maul or 12lb sledge tie it up then snatch the head up in the air and I guarantee it won’t stop that much inertia.