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I would say they would eliminate the feed problems before and after splitting, by eliminating the dropping of the cut.
It would have less issues if the log in a single plane was split first, and then ran through a tube and cut to length.
Just a thought
That's a great idea. The fact that you can use a skid-steer is a real plus. Skid-steers are a dime a dozen these days. I think it's made by 'Hahn' - which has made forestry equipment for years. Stuff like that usually retails for around $10.00 per pound - which would make it 20 grand - ouch.
I saw that video a few days ago. I wonder what kind of hydraulic pressure that pump is putting out. I have a 26 ton splitter that has trouble making a single split sometimes. Wonder if it ever plugs up with stringy wood/knotty wood?
got a price quote and it is $26,100 for the one in the movie.
Dynasty 350 - My New Baby
Millermatic 210 Mig with Spoolmate 3035
Miller Thunderbolt XL 225/150 AC/DC Stick Welder
Miller Specturm 625 Plasma Cutter
Speedglas 9100 auto dark helmet
Jackson auto dark helmet
18.5 CFM Eagle Compressor
Horizontal Band Saw
Dewalt 14" Chop Saw
7 1/2 Dewalt Angle Grinder
4 - 4 1/2" Sears Angle Grinders
1 - 4" Makita Angle Grinder
2 - IR Die Grinders
All of which my wife says will be a "he$$ of a garage sale"