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I'm cutting boards for ladder bridges.


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 Just be super careful when you make those incision cuts, cut only with the lower side of the blade until you are fully through the log, then with the blade all the way in, you can cut upwards. Wear safety gear... I usually do, was stupid of me not to in this vid.
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 ya to prevent the saw from kicking back.
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 exactly, guess I should have added that ;-)
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 you had glasses on right like for ur eyesight
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 yeah, just prescription lenses. guess they protect somewhat.
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 ya pretty much any eye sight glasses are the same as safety glasses
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 sry but i don´t understand
in germany the trees doesn´t fell in boards when i cut the twice times like in the vid
how did you cut the tree that it fells in 4 or 5 boards
in germany you must pay 20000 € if they catch you
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 you gotta rip them lengthwise first,
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 Wish we could build more trails here nm laws r strict no tree cutting and u have to get permits for anything on government land and that's next to impossible just causes lots of elegal trails to be built o well
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 awesome, now i have a an idea on how to cut slats. great video and very helpful
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 Do you know if this is legal in the US? cause i think the laws are different in canada
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 as long as you have a loging license i think
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 If it's your land, it shouldn't matter.
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 There are different laws but if u are on your land then idk how anyone would find out.
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 but its something like you cant let any wood chips or depree get into a creek or water shed thats the only laws i know of and if you do you get fined
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 Poor tree.
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 what!!!! thats crazy talk sir

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