<p>Is your dull chain saw blade burning and bucking its way through the wood? It's a slow way to cut. It's also a dangerous way to cut. Here's how to sharpen your chain saw blade and cut more quickly—and avoid messy chain saw accidents.</p>
Keeping your chain saw’s bar, chain and drive sprocket in tip-top shape involves more than regular chain sharpening and re-tensioning. Even with meticulous care, a chain saw’s drive sprocket and bar eventually wear out and must be replaced.
This compact vertical milling attachment combined with your chain saw makes an ideal partner . Mini-Mill converts logs into timbers or lumber of any desired dimension. The advantages of this mill is that it is very quick and easy to fix to your chainsaw, it is light and easy to handle and when handled correctly gives good accurate results.
Guitar Wine Rack-- I made this out of an old, broken guitar. Didn't cost a penny. Google swirl images; print. tape Stencil on guitar. Drill holes along stencil. Remove paper. Jig saw to open top about 1/3rd down the side. inside, remove all splinters from design holes by rubbing a knife blade back n forth. Cut to fit a piece of plywood for shelf, rest on inside skeletal structure, use level, and screw in. Clean up design holes using a chain saw blade sharpener so light can shine through…