ChiGoNaDz Pawis: the conception seems okay but I personally wouldnt waste the time on the
armstrong winch and a few other things. if u go this route, make sure u can
use the rig later on once u have time to toss the chainsaw rig and convert
it to a band mill. Chainsaw mill is a good idea but dont expect it to be
profitable or fast.
theAngelofhevn: haha he looks like Boyd Coddington
pcpronot: thanks for sharing
hamrzlawnlake: Nice. The key in ANY small chain mill is a stabilized bar tip. Without
that, you're making wagon tongues. Chain mills walk all over band mills. I
like your system, but how do you load large logs?. I have a Woodbug,
simple, sits on the ground though.
trackerdogs2: like it a lot might try and build one
Seth Hersch: I was pretty sold on the Logosol M7 with my Husq 385, but someone told me
to look into these Procut plans. This thing is slick. The only problem
looks like portability. Looks like a great trailer, but the M7 weighs less
than my gal, and you can set in over a log and start wrong side up...it can
get into some tight spaces. How do you load your logs onto the unit? Have
you got another winch?
MrThx84: @mccormickchainsaw echo is better than both w/5 yr replacment i use a
norwood potamill ansd a echo 550,its all in how well u keep up on chain
sharpening and shaping
13lael: @mccormickchainsaw BS
Loke Man: How do you adjust the tracking on a youtube video?
fordtractors4100: besides the chain broke, not the saw. the saw didnt have anything to with it
comettoPL: Smart. :)
docrw: I BUILT MINE JUST ABOUT LIKE THAT 20 YEARS AGO BUT MINE RAN ON 50' OF TRACK
ON CEMENT, AND PUSHED LIKE A SHOPPING CART. I ALSO USED A HUSKY 3120XP THE
BIGGEST SAW MADE.
MarcoFilippo1: very very very smart
Richard Maunder: VERY GOOD homemade job can we see you doing some cutting please.
Bidone1967: Good idea! Thanks for sharing. Here comes a video with a very old saw!
charles richard: I like the idea of a winch to do the pulling
vwchopperman: how can i buy the plans to build this style saw mill?
TheStudyDog: Very inventive... but I agree with barryo20011 I would like to see a demo
with a log
fordtractors4100: stihl sucks
krond: fabulous. Thanks very much
drail80s: actually 6 out of 10 professional loggers use Jonsrueds(sp)? and the rest
use stihl which is a good saw also. They are my two choices in order.
chickenpoper: if you do put 2 chain saws so i cuts it into about three 2 inch
pieces(depending on log)and if you want i just cut in half you can reel up
the second saw up so it wont touch the log =D
MrJoseph1157: What kind of saw do you use and what kind of rpm do you have to run? thanks
BlueMacGyver: Nice, check out mine >>> GARAGE BUILT SAWMILL>>> IN RELATED VIDEOS
Charles Raines: I have a hand crank with a cable boat winch on a boom that slides over any
corner out rigger. It works, not perfect, but works. charles
geordipom: Sounds like we've got a bit of chainsaw envy going on here. Now, put them
away boys and play nicely.
smartmonkey777: husky or still in terms or reliability are on par. but sthil has some
really nice features like cam lock gas and oil caps vs huskys screw in .
and there ease to get to air filter and spark plug. i like huskys chain
ajustment screw on the front instead of in the middle of the bar. like i
said before i have both sthil and husky from 16 to 36 in . i like my sthils
better overall but there both quality brands if you need a good saw dont
get any thing other than a husky or sthil.
1ToNJaB: good idea
Wolfrick308: The video is garbled at the beginning. Could you post the website where you
found the plans for this sawmill? I tried searching for "procut" but had no
grayboy61: I cant hear you...
thomasuras: I'm 50 years old and I've used a lot of saws , and by far my choice is a
Makita, 20 64cc
ploetzlich30: how do you put the logs on that rail? i mean, the size you couldput on that
thing, could way maybe about 200 kilos.
davesny302: I want his truck.
sensfan72: Very slick man thanx for posting
fordtractors4100: good choice in a saw. husky and jonsered rock!
fordtractors4100: yea ay? iv been falling for 27 years now. i rely on husky. never given me a
problem. so i really dont giv a crap what you like.you like stihl:i like
husky. end of story
docrw: What a crappy camera, dang I hope the mill works better than that... tee hee
charles richard: Good little saw mill you have there, I have one also that works good but I
injoy other ideas.
Keith Dee: Sweet, I just got a Husky 395, so this makes me happy
13lael: u think u could maybe CUT a log
Seth Hersch: Almost forgot: how precise do your welds have to be on that housing? Can a
bad bead affect how level the saw runs? Any tips or tricks from building
it? Thanks, -Seth
fordtractors4100: good choice in a saw. husky and jonsered rock. especially husky
fordtractors4100: i do have experience ass hole. the chain wears out and eventually do brake.
my dad has 3 huskys and they have never given him a problem. they are 20-25
years old to.
Robert Tipton: Could you please post some footage of the saw in use? Thanks.
drail80s: CharlesRaines, do you file the chain angle less steep for this type of
work, compared to cutting trees or firewood the angle would be more steep.
For flat sawing like ur doing in the mill mode the angle needs to be less
for more efficient cutting. Could u post of the mill in operation?? Thanks
SawHappy: We use them both. We buy new huskey 455's for $309 each at Murdocks in
th19940305: This is nice, how much did it all cost?
fordtractors4100: freak u rooster sucker u go like stihl and i will go and like husky. so freak off