How to chop wood like butter

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+53 1. Geekster (admin) commented 7 years ago

See what laziness makes out of people :D pretty clever 8-)
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-6 2. beerholder commented 7 years ago

It's a good invention until someone loses a finger..
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+42 3. librabooks commented 7 years ago

Sorry Geekster, I think you may be confusing laziness with ingenuity. The video represents efficiency and effectiveness. He gets more done in a certain time frame than if he were swinging the axe and if it's his livelihood, he makes more money. If it isn't, he's someone I'd love to go camping with!
A quote from Billy Gates - “I choose a lazy person to do a hard job. Because a lazy person will find an easy way to do it.” but that only relates to computers. The guy in the video obviously spent some time making the machine and his payoff is lots of chopped wood - and being an avid camper, that is worth its weight in gold.
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+16 4. cmmd commented 7 years ago

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+10 5. Roadrunner commented 7 years ago

Nice invention but I wonder how efficient it would be with splitting wood that has knots. The wood in the video appears to have no knots and the grain is very straight.
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+8 6. dave9191 commented 7 years ago

#5 From my chopping experience, it won't make much of a difference. The knot will just "stick" to one side of the split wood and you won't have a straight cut. Knots are only a problem when making nice things from wood, not chopping it up for fire wood.
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+10 7. huldu commented 7 years ago

#4 combine these two methods and you have a new video!
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+5 8. sux2bu commented 7 years ago

#5 You are right,this machine has no ability to split wood that has knots or a twisted grain.He is splitting maple which is the easiest wood I know of to split,but that can be difficult too if it is a very large piece or has knots. Let's see him split some elm or gum,or even some large oak, then I will be surprised. This machine has very limited uses.
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+3 9. primate1970 commented 7 years ago

#8 Limited uses..?

How many uses do you need out of a wood cutter...?

It cuts wood better than an axe and uses less effort... What more do you want...?
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+4 10. sux2bu commented 7 years ago

#9 Limited uses as in it only works if you have all straight-grained maple,ash,or balsa wood.
I prefer an engine-driven hydraulic splitter that will split anything I put on it.
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+2 11. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

You lot should get in more :D
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+5 12. Geekster (admin) commented 7 years ago

#3 I reffered to Bill Gates's quote when I talked about laziness ;) laziness often creates ingenuity.

Something like this:

http://www.snotr.com/video/4093/Beer_launching_fridge

:D
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+1 13. joeman commented 7 years ago

It would appear obvious that the weight of the splitter outward from the fulcrum provides sufficient impetus to easily split wood with knots or twisted grain if one could but visualize the absence of the spring's support... but that likelihood might be obscured by perfunctory observations and/or conclusions imperiously made, don't you think?
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+1 14. Zeusisgreat commented 7 years ago

Bill Gates - "I choose a lazy person to do a hard job. Because a lazy person will find an easy way to do it." ;)
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+1 15. bella1 commented 7 years ago

I would rather swing a axe away from my fingers
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+2 16. sunnydaze4me commented 7 years ago

#6 Your "CHOPPING" experience must be very limited to straight grained wood. This wood splitter would just bounce off a piece of hickory or elm or any knots.
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+1 17. henkeh commented 7 years ago

And this one takes it to the next level:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdXzaGFkWfU
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+1 18. GerardF1 commented 7 years ago

All of this only works if the wood is dry enough.
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+3 19. crispychicken commented 7 years ago

At first I thought he had somehow fashioned a playground see-saw into a wood-splitter, and there was gonna be a little kid on the other end as a counter-balance.
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+2 20. djacy commented 7 years ago

People in Russia with -30~40 degrees need to be fast, and #4 these way you will pass out after 10 lumber |:)
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+1 21. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

Good luck with oak and black locust, very hard wood...
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+1 22. braveheart2052 commented 4 years ago

TOO MUCH WORK ! :'( :'(