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Portable Chainsaw Mill – Logosol M7 ~ by WoodlandsTV

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http://www.woodlands.co.uk/ The Logosol M7 a portable chainsaw mill. Chainsaw milling in woodland and forests. This is a short version as it's only got a 2.4 metre bed. The full size Logosol M7 is about 5 metres. The Western Red Cedar is turned into boards using the mill. The boards are then made into flat pack composters or raised beds.

First of all the top is taken off the log. Then it's flipped over so the flat edge is against the bed. To wind the deck up each click raise it by a quarter of an inch. Allowance has to be made for the thickness of the chainsaw blade which requires an extra click. So 4 clicks gives three quarters of an inch thickness to a board. Kester Westcott describes the process of creating planks from Western Red Cedar

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 22 November, 2011

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7 comments so far

Houba Hop
November 23, 2011

I hope you have some use for that sawdust, and i wish you good fun at sharpening the chain teeth!

Hoang Cong Thanh
March 22, 2012

Great work! It's simple and effective and the mechanism is easy to use! TFS

floriceeel
September 17, 2012

is it a reliable saw for this job?don't know what to choose between the 660 and the 395

Nichkov Andrey
February 11, 2013

Нужная вещь

Darryl 603
March 26, 2013

Nice work!

Михаил Линник
October 28, 2013

Ну очень мне понравилось!

Project of the day
December 7, 2015

Interesting movie, good job

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