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This is a funky homemeade machine, uses gravity to hold the logs in place as they are cut

 

Just need to plan your route avoiding low bridges xD

 

 

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, huskykev said:

Surely it doesn’t need to be at such a steep angle or am I missing something?

Upstairs delivery customers - no mess on the stairs ;) k

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Could be smaller, faster and flatter surely.  

I can see a few drawbacks:  I don't think I'd get away with it on the M23 😀 and cut logs falling backwards from 12' up - thud - ow.

 

Horses for courses I suppose; it seems to suit the guy living in a flat landscape with access to small straight softwood but most of us don't.

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On 02/05/2019 at 12:44, nepia said:

Could be smaller, faster and flatter surely.  

I can see a few drawbacks:  I don't think I'd get away with it on the M23 😀 and cut logs falling backwards from 12' up - thud - ow.

 

Horses for courses I suppose; it seems to suit the guy living in a flat landscape with access to small straight softwood but most of us don't.

And no low power lines or overhanging branches or big ruts in the road!

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