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    Default Homemade firewood processor with hydraulic chainsaw

    some pictures of my homemade firewood processor and homemade hydraulic chainsaw












    For more pictures and information on this firewood processor go to firewood processor
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    Last edited by ferguson; 04-03-2011 at 05:32 PM.

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    Nice job. What size bar is it?
    Thats my weakness chainsaws and firewood. I would love to build a bandsaw mill but i don't have anyplace to put it. Here is a pic of one of my 24 firewood processser's...Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by aametalmaster View Post
    Nice job. What size bar is it?
    Thats my weakness chainsaws and firewood. I would love to build a bandsaw mill but i don't have anyplace to put it. Here is a pic of one of my 24 firewood processser's...Bob
    You could put it in my yard if you want, I wont mind

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    Nice work ferguson! I like the hydraulic feed you implemented. The project looks well constructed and has got greats looks to go with it.

    Gord

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    I agree thats innovative. I saw another one in farm show I wouldn't mind stealing a couple ideas from. Everyone has a different system to get wood, I am still working on mine but the biggest factor is still being timely so it isn't biting me in the rear.
    Old pics here but I store wood for the shop in boxes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aametalmaster View Post
    Nice job. What size bar is it?
    Thats my weakness chainsaws and firewood. I would love to build a bandsaw mill but i don't have anyplace to put it. Here is a pic of one of my 24 firewood processser's...Bob

    Thanks. Awh it is just 20inch nothin compared with the one in you picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by aametalmaster View Post
    Nice job. What size bar is it?
    Thats my weakness chainsaws and firewood. I would love to build a bandsaw mill but i don't have anyplace to put it. Here is a pic of one of my 24 firewood processser's...Bob
    Trying to compensate for something??
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    got a video go to firewood processors to see it or see it below hopefully


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    Great job on the wood processor. Looks like a lot of work went into that rig.
    A very valuable tool.

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    Sweeeet! Great video, makes me want to build something with hydraulics.

    Gord

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