Chainsaw Motor & Log Lifting System - Log Splitter To Firewood Processor Ep. 3

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Donn DIY

7 місяців tagasi

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Log splitter to firewood processor conversion. Taking an electric-hydraulic 7 tonne splitting force log splitter and converting it to a homemade firewood processor. The drawbacks of the current log splitter are the low height, single edge wedge and no firewood pan around the wedge so you have to constantly pick up pieces of wood you still want to split making the handling of the wood time consuming and annoying. Still better than splitting the wood with an axe though! Also you have to pre-cut the material you want to split. My plan is to put this log splitter on wheels, weld some steel to the trailer and around the wedge, add a log feed conveyor and a chain saw blade with separate electric motor and call it a firewood processor. It will make the firewood making process much simpler. Why haven't we done it sooner... It will take a log up to 3 m in length on the feed conveyor and a 35 cm cut log in the splitter since the stroke of the splitter is only 40 cm. I had to leave extra 5 cm wiggle room. But it's okay - our fireplaces are quite small. My sauna stove takes even as small as 25 cm firewood, and also my workshop stove. In addition to this creation I want to build firewood crates so we don't have to stack firewood ever again. And moving firewood will be as simple as that - just pick up the crate (with a machine) and deliver it wherever you want/need. No more re-re-re-stacking and unnecessary time consuming wood handling. Sounds like a TV commercial but it will be that good. Come along for the journey!
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#donndiy #homemade #firewood
Soundtrack:
Pomade - Silent Partner (EEpost Audio Library)
Welding equipment borrowed from Spetselektroodi AS, Estonia:
Fronius TransSteel 2700 welder
Optrel Crystal 2.0 Welding Helmet
Hypertherm Powermax 45 XP plasma cutter

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Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
This video is part of a series of videos: eepost.info/face/PLkmF7FAZBzkVRPU6b-IeJVu91-frjF8v3 Check out my other videos on my channel page: eepost.info Welding equipment borrowed from Spetselektroodi AS, Estonia: Fronius TransSteel 2700 welder Optrel Crystal 2.0 Welding Helmet Hypertherm Powermax 45 XP plasma cutter
c ditzler
c ditzler 2 місяці tagasi
I had a weight concern from earlier ep that pulling this in say muddy conditions and was going to say to put additional axle and add tracks to it but was mostly kidding but am also wondering about all the added "jobs" you are adding to the 2k pushing log to be split while pulling log to be cut while lifting log wow you have all the toys a good head on yer shoulders I can only hope you build society something useful in the future
TheBibliofilus
TheBibliofilus 6 місяців tagasi
Man, your mind must be all mechanical with cogs and gears turning 24/7!
stingme
stingme 7 місяців tagasi
This is possibly the first time I wasn't waiting for your video eagerly... Coz the entire week it was out of my mind. Seems the entire week went by with Covid Covid n Covid.
Techtastisch 75
Techtastisch 75 7 місяців tagasi
I wonder how well that chainsaw is going to work, the induction motor you are using has an rpm of approximately either 3000 or 1500, compared to a gasoline Chainsaw wich uses about 10000 at max speed, this seems pretty slow. Also the lubrication system that you will have to build seems like a big headscratcher to me. An off the shelve electric chainsaw seems much more simpler😊
Wood Crafter
Wood Crafter 7 місяців tagasi
The week is a half a week too long LOL
ernest johnson
ernest johnson 5 päeva tagasi
Didn't watch but 5 mins. of your video because project just does not make any sense to me . Thumbs down . I don't mean to be a critic but your video is a waste of my time !!!!!!!!!!! Some may watch just for entertainment but some like myself , are interested in building the project for themselves !!!!!!!!!!!! From the comment section ; " Barry Coleman ---Genius , this thing is emerging from your head " . I agree that you are a genius , but disagree that it is emerging from your head !!!!!!!!!!!!! What you are doing is locked inside your head !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! All videos that are put together like this one go on my back burner because I don't have a clue of what's going on !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You may not explain what's going on because of the mask , but I think it's silly to wear one when you're , seemingly , in the garage by yourself . I can only read about 2 or 3 words until there gone . I love tractor and equipment videos and watch them all the time , but the way this video is put together , I cull out . Good luck with your videos !!!!!!!!!!!!!----Ernest E. Johnson
Joseph Ellul
Joseph Ellul 14 päeva tagasi
All Chinese inventions have been copied from Western culture. China just gets slave labor to make them cheaper.
Kurallar olmazsa, düzen de olmaz.
Kurallar olmazsa, düzen de olmaz. 21 päev tagasi
11:00 You have to open a small channel here to keep it intact. Then it locks itself. Then you uninstall it manually.
Reforged Criterion
Reforged Criterion Місяць tagasi
Having had experience with building my own firewood processors I have to say that you can never build it too heavy! Every part that I've had to rebuild/replace has been because I didn't go with thick enough metal. Most people don't realize the stresses these machines are put under! Build it, break it, build it bigger.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY Місяць tagasi
That's right!
Fall Knight
Fall Knight Місяць tagasi
Do you figure out how to film,edit an write word's on the screen before you made the film cuz I want to try + ask for answers when I'm stuck, or does someone help you
martin varela
martin varela 2 місяці tagasi
Astilladoras electricas ni
James Musbach
James Musbach 2 місяці tagasi
Absolutely.. FANTASTIC.. except you've admitted.. The splitter.. Is almost.. NOT HEFTY.. enough
riso liveira
riso liveira 3 місяці tagasi
Tem como adapita uma motosera numa forageira
Marco Mendes
Marco Mendes 3 місяці tagasi
Good vídeo. O like your channel.Haw many KW end haw many RPM motor eletric cut wood?
Ken T
Ken T 3 місяці tagasi
Where did this massive amount of knowledge come from ? Parents, school, workplace ?..you obviously have the drive, but it had to have a beginning . A little background would be great.
Cody Hart
Cody Hart 4 місяці tagasi
You need to put plats on the stand
kettekettekette
kettekettekette 5 місяців tagasi
and oil for chain?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
The chain was pre oiled before the cut. You can see the chain throwing oil on the log during the cut.
Greg FInley
Greg FInley 5 місяців tagasi
You are asking that little power unit to do a WHOLE lot of extra work with all the extra weight/force requirements. I hope it's up to the task!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 5 місяців tagasi
It is. As of now I've almost completed doing firewood for two households and my workshop. It works superbly. No problems whatsoever. 👌
Dennis Aitken
Dennis Aitken 6 місяців tagasi
Genius!
Damien Sampson
Damien Sampson 6 місяців tagasi
You do awesome fabrication, awesome work
Milton Jones
Milton Jones 6 місяців tagasi
Just gotta love this guy !!!!
kellarihiisi
kellarihiisi 6 місяців tagasi
Great work .. great design.
ТЕХНО ЛОГИН
ТЕХНО ЛОГИН 6 місяців tagasi
Перевел кучу материала... Испортил электродвигатель... И потратил больше четверти часа нашего времени... А результат то хде?????
ТЕХНО ЛОГИН
ТЕХНО ЛОГИН 6 місяців tagasi
Техника безопасности? Не не слышал)))
Gregory Fortenberry
Gregory Fortenberry 6 місяців tagasi
Next level thinking. Great job
bigsid1984
bigsid1984 6 місяців tagasi
This dude is Mad Scientist.
Wendell Carver
Wendell Carver 6 місяців tagasi
Good Skills
Darin Areyacrazyman
Darin Areyacrazyman 6 місяців tagasi
Very nice design on the lifter! How well do you like your Evolution chopsaw?
David Manis
David Manis 6 місяців tagasi
"Dosen't have to float" 🤣🤣 love it! The way I see it.....the stronger the better. It's going to be taking quite the beating..... That things a BEAST!
Mocking69
Mocking69 6 місяців tagasi
素晴らしい~秀樹感激Goodです=3
Me ShaneH
Me ShaneH 6 місяців tagasi
I love this guys channel. I watch all of the ads to support him
Juan Eduardo Bravo Suñega
Juan Eduardo Bravo Suñega 6 місяців tagasi
Cotodas esas herramientas puedes hacer un avion caza y ganarias millones
Дмитрий К
Дмитрий К 6 місяців tagasi
Hey Donn, what is the model of your ATV?
Abu Umar
Abu Umar 7 місяців tagasi
Ненужный хлам
WolfFeast
WolfFeast 7 місяців tagasi
Good video and useful! Class! I will be glad to be friends!)
As it Should Be
As it Should Be 7 місяців tagasi
i like your russian style huge lathe! what about your mill? any news?
Dozer1642
Dozer1642 7 місяців tagasi
This thing is awesome! Greetings from the Sierra Nevada mountains of California!
Nathan Ruff
Nathan Ruff 7 місяців tagasi
A mask. Lol
Ad van der Velden
Ad van der Velden 7 місяців tagasi
You remind me of Gyro Gearloose.
Mike Dill
Mike Dill 7 місяців tagasi
Little helper for you.....your outer pipes....drill and tap......install grease fittings that way....last longer....work smoother.....like your log if idea.
Fábio Roque Cantor
Fábio Roque Cantor 7 місяців tagasi
This guy easily makes a rocket to go to the moon!
chara dremur
chara dremur 5 місяців tagasi
Look at injector plates. Maybe a tad too precise for him
Nick Peterson
Nick Peterson 7 місяців tagasi
Great work, it's coming along.
Blacksheep 973
Blacksheep 973 7 місяців tagasi
Your doing an amazing job, i just wished you used a gas powerd log splitter to work off of. They are alot stronger.
chara dremur
chara dremur 5 місяців tagasi
Agree
Antonio Sánchez
Antonio Sánchez 6 місяців tagasi
Blacksheep 973 higueras
William Wallace
William Wallace 7 місяців tagasi
That's a subscription from me just for "it doesn't need to float" Exactly, you don't want the thing blowing away or vibrating itself off into the distance
Ben Himself
Ben Himself 7 місяців tagasi
nice. that saw tip looks kinda close to the operator
Lucius Kiirus
Lucius Kiirus 7 місяців tagasi
I gave this video a thumbs down for no talking. it's boring. you should watch fireball tool yt channel. he explains what he is doing then plays music as he builds. I usually skip through your videos because they are boring. fix the way you make videos. you are welcome for the tip.
Jaan Paalberg
Jaan Paalberg 7 місяців tagasi
@Donn DIY No worries....you've done a great job!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
I gave your comment a thumbs down because it is boring - you expect me to be like other YT channels which is boring. I'm doing my own thing and people in general seem to like what I do with exceptions like yourself. You should just not watch my videos at all and not demand me to do what you personally want. Every person posesses the power of observation - me not talking has no effect on people who are willing to think along with what is being built. There is no need to spoon-feed information to people. Watching the work process is international and thus more accessible for more nationalities. Please, don't come back to this channel anymore if you already know you don't like the content. EEpost has so much content - I'm sure you're gonna find what you like out there.
Sheep Dog
Sheep Dog 7 місяців tagasi
Nice!
Ashraafadilah Abdullah
Ashraafadilah Abdullah 7 місяців tagasi
great idea, but just dont forget to add oil pump for the chain
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
No oil pump. Just gravity fed bar oil.
Helgerud Skog
Helgerud Skog 7 місяців tagasi
Very interesting to watch your diy movies 😍😍
Steve Roche
Steve Roche 7 місяців tagasi
A small version of this would be perfect suited top of my garden dont need log lifter or slider just a stop just the v tray with a stop the saw and splitter straight out into a pile for stacking
Mr.Crankyface
Mr.Crankyface 7 місяців tagasi
How about adding a tiny "ramp" piece to that latch, that way it will lock itself on the way up if you're lifting a log. Less risk of getting your hand stuck on the way up.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
Yup, already did that.
g_arno
g_arno 7 місяців tagasi
mixing Stihl and Husqvarna parts HOW DARE YOU
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
😬😆
CRG'S WORLD Earthmoving
CRG'S WORLD Earthmoving 7 місяців tagasi
This guy is briliant not everything comes new from the store one has to be inventive GOOD JOB 😀😀😀😀😀😀😀🇦🇺🇦🇺
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
Cheers man. Have to be even more inventive at these circumstances we are having at the moment.
Will Wade
Will Wade 7 місяців tagasi
What ever you do, don't key that sprocket. You want the chain to cut but you would rather the chain slip rather than exploding and a good friction fit will allow that.
Will Wade
Will Wade 7 місяців tagasi
@Donn DIY Remember that the original chainsaw uses friction to turn the chain via a cluthc. As long as you keep the bolt tight you shouldn't have a problem there.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
That's a good point. I only wonder if I can put enough pressure on the sprocket with the original M8 bolt to keep it from slipping...
Will Wade
Will Wade 7 місяців tagasi
Just a thought. Wouldn't it be easier/less complicated to pull the log up from the end with a winch?
Will Wade
Will Wade 7 місяців tagasi
@Donn DIY Something else to think about. The arms are doing a dead lift and a winch can be set up to use rollers. The required power for each is dramatically different as more power is needed for a dead lift as id for a dragging situation using rollers.
Will Wade
Will Wade 7 місяців tagasi
@Donn DIY Because I was a machinist in the Navy I took a mechanical engineering course and just wondering how much of a load can the hydraulic cylinder can take. Remember that as you lift the log, you may also be splitting a section of the log as well. You need to take this into consideration and also remember that the problem may not show it's self until you have operated the system for a while.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
The loading arms system is pretty simple if you think about it. I'd have to buy a winch and figure out a power soirce for it and all of that would cost money. Log loading arms are cheap that way.
Teppo Gardemeister
Teppo Gardemeister 7 місяців tagasi
Brilliant! One tip; loglifters "pulling arm" from cylinder needs long hole because there will allways build up all kind of stuff under lifting forks. (Bark, sawdust, dirt...) If lifting mechanism is solid, hydraulic cylinder will push whole firewood factory upside down. 🤪
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
Yup, that's true. I noticed that already when trying it out in the workshop.
Gustavo Ramos
Gustavo Ramos 7 місяців tagasi
Brasil like
Jon Craig
Jon Craig 7 місяців tagasi
great work there but you might find downsizing a tank would make this project a bit lighter :) ... Either way, great video and I'm enjopying watching the progress....
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
Why would I want to make it lighter? 😁
1973Grejluder
1973Grejluder 7 місяців tagasi
At 9:07 If you welded a couple of oval plates on the ends of the arms, you would be able to roll in the tree log. And when the arms were turned up, the oval pieces would prevent the tree log from rolling off. At 10:19 Maybe you could insert a solenoid valve into the oil circuit. With a star/delta timer it will be possible to use one button.
zetacon4
zetacon4 7 місяців tagasi
Cool!
Нурсултан Ержан
Нурсултан Ержан 7 місяців tagasi
👍
Abd AlBateeh
Abd AlBateeh 7 місяців tagasi
👍🇦🇪👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍
Ильнур Zin
Ильнур Zin 7 місяців tagasi
держи лайк! молодец!
Jude Christus
Jude Christus 7 місяців tagasi
would recommend a push-to-off switch on the frame instead of the power button on the handle, that way when you pull the lever towards you, the pump would automatically switch on
Allen W
Allen W 7 місяців tagasi
Let the na-sayer eat cake! I have faith. You are a madman. It will be Ok. If not you will have a teeth cleaner for a hippopotamus. Using the other pars to make a thingthamejigger!
Roberto Zalazar
Roberto Zalazar 7 місяців tagasi
Muy bueno exelente..!!!
WILSON!
WILSON! 7 місяців tagasi
Too much weight? Have these commenters seen log processors before?
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
Probably not. 🤔
Unbox e-Tech
Unbox e-Tech 7 місяців tagasi
Great job done.. keep going..
Brian Morgan
Brian Morgan 7 місяців tagasi
I'm glad one of us knows what we're doing 😂😂 🇬🇧
Gjermund Muruåsen
Gjermund Muruåsen 7 місяців tagasi
You should make a logfeeding table instead of having the liftingarms. Or you could put the arms on a feedingtable
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
There is a log feeding table on the firewood processor where the log lifting arms lift the log to be processed. Or if you mean a log feeding table for a bunch of logs I don't need that big equipment.
Jürgen S
Jürgen S 7 місяців tagasi
I don`t like the "rusty iron pipe in rusty iron pipe" bearing in the Log Lifters that much but great Idea. For me as a safety loving-Insurance for everything-German it is sometimes hard to see how near the Handles are to the moving 7 Ton-of-Force-Parts.
Jürgen S
Jürgen S 7 місяців tagasi
@Donn DIY 👍Du machst das schon richtig.😁
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
That bearing will be painted and greased up via zerk/grease fittings.
Helge Larsen
Helge Larsen 7 місяців tagasi
This looks realy good! Also nicethat you included some trial an error fotage.Keep it up.!
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
Cheers. I'm constantly doing trial & error. 😉
علي الشيخ
علي الشيخ 7 місяців tagasi
عمل رائع شكرا لك اخي
Ruben Kelevra
Ruben Kelevra 7 місяців tagasi
I would attach the metal differently on the arms of the log lifter, that it creates a slope, when lifting. This way you don't have to roll the log, it will roll down itself :)
Ruben Kelevra
Ruben Kelevra 7 місяців tagasi
@Donn DIY why not? Would be super convenient when it's automatically pulling the next log up and cut it down automatically, while you can do other work :)
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
It has a slope but I didn't want the slope to be that big.
KANAR TECH
KANAR TECH 7 місяців tagasi
Try to fixed roller that will roll the log in to the log splitter after lighting. Nice job dude
Jonathan Martine
Jonathan Martine 7 місяців tagasi
Don't have to float 🤣 good job really 💪
MARANI MARCO
MARANI MARCO 7 місяців tagasi
🧑🏻‍🏭👨🏻‍🔧👏🏻
Александр Барсуков
Александр Барсуков 7 місяців tagasi
👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍
Mud Quads Treisbach
Mud Quads Treisbach 7 місяців tagasi
Genial
Moe Longval
Moe Longval 7 місяців tagasi
Guys, leave Donny alone with all your suggestions! This is only a prototype and just off the top of his head! Most of your suggestions will automatically come to Donny without even reading your suggestions. Then, when the prototype is finished. The modifications will come with ease and blow your socks off even more. Also, Ignore what Donny said about this thing not floating. This thing will fly. :-)
SilverCondor92
SilverCondor92 7 місяців tagasi
Nice work. Can't wait to see finished machine. I wonder how you going to make lubrication system for the chainsaw chain
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
Gravity fed by oil canister with a valve.
Дмитрий Рожновский
Дмитрий Рожновский 7 місяців tagasi
Это уже космический корабль получается! Только фиксацию подъёмного механизма лучше сделать автоматической по принципу трещётки а для разблокировки применить привод с педалью.
Гаражная тема
Гаражная тема 7 місяців tagasi
Классный агрегат получается,лайк !
Southron Jr
Southron Jr 7 місяців tagasi
Heresy, it's heresy I say. Using a Stihl drive sproket with a Husqvarna bar, what's next, to find out its an OREGON chain?????? Nice build, a little curious how confident you are that the little pump who could along with little ram that could, will survive any decent amount of time. Oh and btw, don't pay no attention to the nay sayers and such, your doing a helluva lot more than most of them and it's for you to use, not them so they can go take a flying leap.
Серёга :
Серёга : 7 місяців tagasi
Тот случай когда мы не ищем лёгких путей.
ТЕХНО ЛОГИН
ТЕХНО ЛОГИН 6 місяців tagasi
...создаем сложности в затем решаем😃😄😉😉
Jeff Ostler
Jeff Ostler 7 місяців tagasi
Good work! I enjoyed watching. Liked and subscribed.
Василий Тёркин
Василий Тёркин 7 місяців tagasi
Дровяной коллайдер ? 🤔😁
davitcont
davitcont 7 місяців tagasi
Great!! Work bro, really great. I have the ring bell to let me know.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
Cheers man!
Douglas Thompson
Douglas Thompson 7 місяців tagasi
Always impressed by your ingenuity. I wouldn't worry about building too heavy that is for sure as you are going to have a lot of vibration and stresses. Am I missing something? It would seem your loader is out of phase with your feed table? Shouldn't the log be at apogee with the table under the log to carry it forward? It would seem your table is forward when the log is up thereby requiring another extraneous motion to return back and pick up the log. I might well be missing a step in your proposed process? I am guessing your unit is under powered to run all these steps simultaneously? I like your videos but I still think you did a very good job narrating the earlier ones which added a lot to the whole. I like that you not only engineer the project but abide by the limitations of what is at hand. Always fun to watch. Take care.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
There is no actual need for running all the processes simultaneously. I'm not trying to win a firewood producing race. 😀
jane blogs
jane blogs 7 місяців tagasi
8:57 man I'd have ridden that elevator 100 times by now
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
😆👍
PJ Seiber
PJ Seiber 7 місяців tagasi
Fantastic
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
Thank you!
John Kinnane
John Kinnane 7 місяців tagasi
G'day Donn very interesting project you have this time I can see what you want do with this log splitter the chain saw will be good for cutting to length. I look forward to your next video Donn it's always great to watch you, any way stay safe kind regards John
freshlysquosen
freshlysquosen 7 місяців tagasi
Awesome work! It is so automated I am expecting a part of the machine to plant a new tree sapling too. lol
Roger Rarebit
Roger Rarebit 7 місяців tagasi
Heath Robinson would be proud of this.
Roger Rarebit
Roger Rarebit 7 місяців tagasi
@Donn DIY Ahh, but you are well on the way 😀😀😀 Keep it up, I'm enjoying it
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
I don't think I've over complicated things to achieve simple goals like Heath Robinson did on purpose. 😀
Zeke___1991 Marsh
Zeke___1991 Marsh 7 місяців tagasi
This is going to be a great when it's done
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
Let's hope so. I really hope it will work as I expect it to. Otherwise I'm screwed. 😆
Jay Lono
Jay Lono 7 місяців tagasi
You should add a wood burning stove to the front of it so u dont even have to go inside! Jk awesome work man.
Jeff Wood
Jeff Wood 7 місяців tagasi
"This project does not have to float." You win the internet today.
TilDeath1776 US
TilDeath1776 US 7 місяців tagasi
Thanks Donny. I'll now be mass producing these and saleing them. How do I get royalties to you?
chara dremur
chara dremur 5 місяців tagasi
Patron
Larry Alexander
Larry Alexander 7 місяців tagasi
Mmmmm maybe some problems. When those Stihl parts and Husqvarna collide lol
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
These were sold to me in this combo - STIHL sprocket, Husqvarna chain and bar. 😀
Gene Goodman
Gene Goodman 7 місяців tagasi
When I was young and had a lot of energy I loved to do things like you, l just didn’t do as much. I enjoy watching your ideals come to life. A suggestion, on the catch to hold the log lift up, you must lift the rod to put it in the hole. Make a short slide for the catch to slide up on and then drop into the hole. Then weld a short piece to the side of the rod to lift it to let it down. I built a splitter in 89 after a hurricane hit my area. We had so many large oak trees down everywhere. I built mine about 24” high, tired of bending over, with a traveling wedge and lift table. The first log was 24-26” long 49” dia, over 1000 lbs. it started to twist the H beam so I had to put an outrigger on the side. 60,000 psi. 5” cyl, 30” stroke, 2 stage pump, 6 HP motor. Never saw a piece of wood it couldn’t split. I think you would have been proud of it yourself. Stay safe No, they don’t have to float lol
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
I already did the rod lifting slide but didn't show it on the video. Although the unhooking procedure is still manual at the moment.
Henry and EJ Belcher
Henry and EJ Belcher 7 місяців tagasi
Looking good
Jeff Evarts
Jeff Evarts 7 місяців tagasi
I take it firewood is more expensive than gold where you live? I'm trying to figure out the invested time and materials vs the cubic meters of firewood it will produce over its lifetime. :) Cool project nonetheless.
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
Aaah, it'll pay for itself in 20 years for sure. 😆
T Huss
T Huss 7 місяців tagasi
Just stumbled across this nice the way you problem solve everything these days is cnc printed. Computer designed no soul. And as far as the folks saying your adding to much weight trust me more weight and solid it will work and last better your welds won't have as much stress. to light it will beat it's self to death
Donn DIY
Donn DIY 7 місяців tagasi
I think so too. I really don't understand why weight would be an issue.
A KT
A KT 7 місяців tagasi
it cuts wood, or processes bodies. very good!
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