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Chainsaw Milling Lumber (from Tree that Fell on House)

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Published on Jul 16, 2018

A MASSIVE Black Poplar tree fell down on our neighbour's house!
It did quite a lot of damage, and in this video we clear it up and use the DIY chainsaw milling attachment with the Stihl MS880 saw to cut it into usable lumber.

This time I am cutting the wood into beams, probably for use in a timber framed shed. The method is to first cut 4" slabs and then use a circular saw and guide, to rip that down into 9" wide boards - leaving us with big 9x4 timbers.

For 17 easy tips to make your boards better when chainsaw milling check out this video: https://youtu.be/P1B0PCBtNuA
More chainsaw milling videos: https://goo.gl/8mTCyg

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For a free and full plans of the DIY chainsaw milling attachment check out this instructable I wrote: https://www.instructables.com/id/Chai...

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