felling a large pine tree and milling boards with portable Saw Mill

felling a large pine tree and milling boards with portable Saw Mill

I like your slabbing rails. I need to get some as I’m using a ladder for the first cut now. I lived in Monterey for 35 years- they do grow like weeds. They were even used for hardwood flooring back in the day. You probably know this by now but a chain sharpened at 10-11 […]

I like your slabbing rails. I need to get some as I’m using a ladder for the first cut now.

I lived in Monterey for 35 years- they do grow like weeds. They were even used for hardwood flooring back in the day.

You probably know this by now but a chain sharpened at 10-11 degrees works better for slabbing or ripping. Your country looks a lot like the Sierra Foothills- Enjoy!Hats off to you my man. I think this is really something to see. A man that knows how to do something like this and owns a piece of land like this.

I can think of about a million 25 to 35 year olds out there that could benefit from learning something skills like these. Very impressive indeed. First time seeing any of your videos or anything like this tool being used..

I just fell a tree about 2 weeks ago out of necessity for a neighbor and what a sense of satisfaction doing it myself instead of hiring a tree cutter until I seen this ambitious one man job you completed.

LoL I shack your hand if I seen you. I was wondering how well those little chainsaw mills worked were. I have several trees on my other property that have to be felled and this was what I want to do with them.

They are supposed to come down anyway, I’m not going to waste them! The majority of it is of similar terrain to yours.Nice video. I had to use small pieces of sandpaper in between the clamps on the bar because the guide kept slipping on the bar, I think the paint made it slick.

The teeth on the chains I use for milling lumber are cut at 10 degrees which seems to work better when ripping slabs. You definitely want the biggest motor you can get, it’s not a fast operation, but it is affordable

Nice video. I had to use small pieces of sandpaper in between the clamps on the bar because the guide kept slipping on the bar, I think the paint made it slick. The teeth on the chains I use for milling lumber are cut at 10 degrees which seems to work better when ripping slabs.

You definitely want the biggest motor you can get, it’s not a fast operation, but it is affordable.

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