I just use a masonry circular blade for any of your saws or grinders.
Lots available in all sizes.
I have one for my 14" Milwaukee abrasive chop...
Here's the little 4 ton electric splitter I bought from Canadian Tire when I first moved in to my new place.
It's over 13 years old now and still...
None of Provinces will let you take in certain types of higher risk firewood like ash or elm into our provincial parks.
This applies to...
Bigger is better....lol
Happy / Safe cutting
Lots to learn about chain saws, bars, chain, but for now, the "blade" as you call it is probably what we are thinking as the "chain".
It has the...
I bet it'll be nicer milling under shelter.
Those are called rafters though. Purlins are something different, but no biggie.
Nice batch of Ash rounds. Nice pics.
I'd get my seasoning/storage area ready by finding a good spot in full sun/wind first and setting down scrap...
No one bugs me when splitting either.
Could be that I'm 6' and 275 lbs and have a chainsaw in hand?
Could be seeing me swinging a splitting axe...
Don't knock pellet stoves. I have one that is fantastic.
Its a Enviro Evolution with a 40 lb hopper and puts out huge heat.
But I also have an...
It's like $12 here at our local stores for a bag of mixed hardwood/softwood.
I sell around 100 pellet bags full of softwood a year from trash...
where were you camping?
Have a 4 ton and a 6 ton model and they are fantastic.
Quiet, powerful, cheap and can run them indoors.
Mine have served me well for over 10 years...
Ya, you don't want to hit those screws.
Oak is very strong wood. That limb is a bit long, but without completely removing it, I'd leave it if it's not hanging over my garage or house or...
My Forest King is a beast at $1500 from TSC.
30 ton horizontal/vert. with log cradle
splits anything and everything
cycle time is pretty good...
Second pic looks like Pine bark.
Looks like some sort of softwood for sure.
I hate when that happens.
Looks like you could use a firewood lean-to
That will be a big guitar table and look cool I bet.
That piece where the strings are adjusted is called the head.
I have 4 Red Oak logs to mill myself.
Although I may have rotated that log 90* so you don't have that crack going through all the...
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