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  • Wranglerstar
    Wranglerstar

    LINK TO $20 CHAINSAW MILL - FREE SHIPPING

  • Hawsug
    Hawsug

    I love this guy's style. Absolutely baloney-free, full of honesty, 100% common sense. I wish there were more videos like this. Thank you, sir.

  • Leigh Davison
    Leigh Davison

    Two things I like about this guy. 1) He wears chainsaw chaps and PPE. 2). He understands the importance of the first cut. My first few days with the TMW-56 I struggled hard and ended up with 4 beams, none of which were square on either end. Starting on level ground with a level saw horses really helps. IRL it's not this easy but although he sped up this video in many places from real time he mentions key elements about the importance of the 1st cut, keeping things square, ripping chains, leveling things, starting from the small end. The devil is in the details. Thumbs up! You get what you put into the TMW-56.

  • Will Schneider
    Will Schneider

    I’m pretty shocked why 1.2K people would downvote this video. It’s sad that people can’t appreciate how much thought, time, and effort went into this. This is great stuff! You’re literally saving people thousands of dollars by not having to buy a sawmill.

  • breid1966
    breid1966

    I have some older cedar and cypress logs that I've been wanting to mill. This is a great video to show that you don't have to pay a fortune for milling and can DIY it without breaking the bank. Thanks for this! I'm headed to Amazon now!

  • Philip Smith
    Philip Smith

    The production quality of these videos are well above what I’d expect for this content area. First class. Well done

  • Bungalow
    Bungalow

    This is awesome. I'm not sure if I have a practical use for this, but there is something satisfying about the whole process, and how accessible the tools are for nearly anyone.

  • Bmachina
    Bmachina

    Idk why I even watch any of these videos, don't even own a chainsaw but thanks for the entertainment!

  • TheRecalcitrant1
    TheRecalcitrant1

    That 460/461 Stihl is a BEAST. Funny how some folks don't seem to know about Stihls odd/even number system and how they generally corelate to being even for 'pros' and odd for 'homeowner' versions, i.e.- A Stihl 390 is a much more 'tame' saw than the say 360, etc. Same for chains, yellow link chains are much more aggressive than the green link, which are 'safer' and being a 'low kickback' type chain. Thanks for the review!!!

  • Aaron Daniel
    Aaron Daniel

    Thanks Wranglerstar, I was curious about these. Baileys and a local miller both say a milling chain is slower, but sometimes gives a more finished cut. He preferred a skip tooth chain. Seems like you should have made the 2nd cut using the supports you already had in place from the 1st, resetting the 2x6 and cutting the opposite direction. If doing this a lot, make a spacer to set up the offset for the cut.

  • Mitchell Carl
    Mitchell Carl

    Another helpful tip would have been to show how you handled the saw. This could have been accomplished by showing a larger view to include you and the cutting operation. How did you hold and move the saw? How was your body positioned in relation to the saw, and your stance? These would have been great safety tips. You might even point out the safety gear, like the chaps that you wore.

  • SeaKnightVirchow
    SeaKnightVirchow

    I wondered how safe this thing is. Its performance is impressive.

  • Fred Johnson
    Fred Johnson

    I've got a couple different Alaskan sawmill styles and by far this is the fastest and easiest on the saw. Just be careful not to over-tighten the sets screws or you'll be buying a new one. (the replacement part cost nearly as much as the whole new unit.)

  • Kenneth Garza
    Kenneth Garza

    Prep is key, making sure you really finesse the cuts to be as close to your markers help a lot. Being able to use a cheap saw mill shows that’s it’s more important to have more knowledge to be able to use any tool at your disposal for projects.

  • allguard001
    allguard001

    Thanks again. Your chainsaw work is always impressive. And you editing is to be admired.

  • Patrice's Projects
    Patrice's Projects

    I love these cheap jig and tool review videos. Amazing that a tiny 20 dollar jig can work so well.

  • Douglas Gault
    Douglas Gault

    I've used mine more than once. Have to admit that it's was pretty handy at the time. With proper set-up a guy can turn out some decent beams. Which can be extremely expensive these days.

  • Tomia MacQueen
    Tomia MacQueen

    This is fantastic! Thank you so much. For someone building small projects this is so simple and inexpensive. Great video and information. Thank you subbing

  • holamateo
    holamateo

    Thank you! Fantastic video. Clear camera angles and efficient explanation!

  • DaddyKairu
    DaddyKairu

    I love watching your videos, just because of how you explain things, and talk to us like your a good friend just sitting around hanging out with us. In my 29 years of life I have never done woodwork, and don't know if I ever will, but I'll keep watching your videos regardless.