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Have you seen the timber croc ones my mate got one as he cuts pallets up just put one corner in the jaws and cuts away looks a good bit of kit bought it on line from some firm in wales cheaper than buying direct from firm

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I just bought one of these and made a platform for it above a one ton box.  I also slipped a bit of timber in the frame beneath the logs to make sure that the chainsaw never makes contact with the frame.

Works well with no picking up!

 

https://www.manomano.co.uk/p/black-powder-coated-saw-horse-for-woodworking-1185434

 

I might add that the vertical sections are only slipped into place so that if you have a big log you can just remove them all on one side to save lifting it over the top

Edited by Billhook

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8 minutes ago, Billhook said:

I just bought one of these and made a platform for it above a one ton box.  I also slipped a bit of timber in the frame beneath the logs to make sure that the chainsaw never makes contact with the frame.

Works well with no picking up!

 

https://www.manomano.co.uk/p/black-powder-coated-saw-horse-for-woodworking-1185434

Found an example on youtube.

Perhaps a slightly better and sharper saw would improve things and you can see why  it is a good idea to slip a bit of timber under the logs

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