Processing Firewood With A DYNA SC 15

2 Tet 2020
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  • THAT... is a very clever contraption, For SURE...!! I’m sorry for calling it a Contraption 🤭 I ment an, “ Engineering Marvel by DYNA SC 15 Home Firewood Processing Company” but maybe Not for 49,500 $ though 😱😳🤷🏻‍♂️ I did see them as low as 21,000 dollars 💵 and all in between...!! Pondering this, I imagine the Most Neglected item on here would be the Sharpening of the Chain on the Saw...!! What Do You THINK.??

    Anna FraleyAnna Fraley3 ditë më parë
  • We

    Zander LongZander Long4 ditë më parë
  • Y'all at my friend Heath's place. I see another friend of mine in the background lol. Great video.

    BUBBA BELLBUBBA BELL9 ditë më parë
  • 👍🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🗽🙏🏻 Enjoyed!

    Larry Iowa/Texas RoosterLarry Iowa/Texas Rooster12 ditë më parë
  • The entrance to the lift conveyor kept clogging and needed constant attention I think the design called for a sheet of rollers so the cuts could move out of the way ,if you are forking out thousands of dollars for a machine that is automated it should not call for action of operator to complete the task.

    Phil CollinsPhil Collins12 ditë më parë
  • There’s a lot of air in that trailer lode of wood!

    Alan HigginsAlan Higgins13 ditë më parë
  • Some of that wood looked pretty soft. Almost like it should have been ground up and not cut into firewood. Pretty cool machine and it makes short work of splitting it.

    Chris AndersonChris Anderson14 ditë më parë
  • Anyone who thinks cutting oak into firewood is good business is as stupid as drumpf. Kin merkins.

    Paul Ice-TatePaul Ice-Tate14 ditë më parë
  • I'd like to have one just to play with, it's a good machine and makes cutting fire wood interesting.

    Randall HutchcraftRandall Hutchcraft14 ditë më parë
  • Thats slick, makes my uncles regular log splitter look wimpy, How can i get a job, heh

    Stratos53100Stratos5310015 ditë më parë
  • You wouldn't like to get your hand between the ram and the splitter.

    Tony GreenhillTony Greenhill15 ditë më parë
  • 👍👍👍

    Michał ŚleziakMichał Śleziak15 ditë më parë
  • Nice, I need one of those! But, at $50,000, I may have to wait.

    Charles DCharles D15 ditë më parë
  • That’s pretty mesmerising, I could watch that machine all day long lol 😆

    Jim LePeuJim LePeu15 ditë më parë
  • Chris, you NEED one of those!!!

    Jeff ToombsJeff Toombs16 ditë më parë
  • The amount of beer it would take me to split that pile by hand would fill a pond.

    Modulus FiveModulus Five16 ditë më parë
  • Where is this place? I've got a land clearing job I'm looking at doing there close to Raleigh.

    mhazel9551mhazel955116 ditë më parë
  • I'd like to feed that thing a sweetgum about 12" and see what it would do!

    M MathewsM Mathews16 ditë më parë
  • This machine is brought to you by that guy chopping his umpteenth log of firewood, who said: "there's got to be a better way".👍

    Globalist JuiceGlobalist Juice16 ditë më parë
  • sehr gut

    Hari GamingHari Gaming16 ditë më parë
  • would have loved one of those back when I was young and had to cut it with chainsaw and split it by hand

    Audrey WiltAudrey Wilt16 ditë më parë
  • How many hours before changing chain?

    thomas leonardthomas leonard16 ditë më parë
  • Too many small crumbs mixed in. The customers will complain.

    JB BrownJB Brown16 ditë më parë
  • Such beats the hammer and wedges.

    edmcwvedmcwv16 ditë më parë
  • Best way to load logs if via excavator !

    james osbornejames osborne16 ditë më parë
  • How do you get this pile small faster? Make a contest for the NC Bushmen. 20 guys at the wood chopping competition, of course everything is corona compliant. :-)

    Benjamin BeytekinBenjamin Beytekin16 ditë më parë
  • Cool machine got to be careful putting you hand in it could make you have a bad day.

    joe tillerjoe tiller16 ditë më parë
  • Lol, at first I thought, So that is who bought your Hyundi excavator and painted it. But then I noticed the Hydraulic thumb lol.

    Noel MartinNoel Martin16 ditë më parë
  • Very nice.

    Emad Eldin HessainEmad Eldin Hessain16 ditë më parë
  • Neat gizmo, hoping he can keep his head above the fuel bill.

    Lee BarnesLee Barnes16 ditë më parë
  • Oh, so all the useless wood IS turned to mulch and not just dumped in a landfill? Good to know it's not wasted!

    Skorpy NekomimiSkorpy Nekomimi16 ditë më parë
  • Chris there's 2 types of wood he's running the 175$cord home use and the 5$a bunle campground use ??? Is is it worth paying someone 12 bucks n hr to make you money??? 13-15 pieces of any size for bundle sent all over your state? Choice is yours!

    Mark 1972Mark 197216 ditë më parë
  • That hopper is a beast!

    WeetsWeets16 ditë më parë
  • Machine needs a finger wheel on the end....right in front of conveyor belt

    Adam GuthrieAdam Guthrie16 ditë më parë
  • Sure better than the way we did it!

    Janell JoyJanell Joy16 ditë më parë
  • How much does these guys charge for a good load ?

    Josh DollarJosh Dollar17 ditë më parë
  • That machine is intense!!

    Colton GarberColton Garber17 ditë më parë
  • That splitter blade could do with sharpening. The hydraulic piston is just crushing the logs against it, so they end up all torn.

    Vader WhoopVader Whoop17 ditë më parë
  • I saw his sign by the highway. It said, "Got wood?"

    videolabguyvideolabguy17 ditë më parë
  • I started renting a SC15 a few years ago and have rented one every year since. Definitely a time and back saver being as it turns a month of weekends into a 1-2 day job.

    Nick 557Nick 55717 ditë më parë
  • How do you get people to bring you logs and does he have to buy the logs? How does that work?

    C MooreC Moore17 ditë më parë
  • That machine saves a lot of sweat, blood and hurt backs. You gotta sale a lot of firewood to pay for one of these, they run from 23K to 62k.

    Summit 1234Summit 123417 ditë më parë
  • That's the way to process firewood. Never has to manhandle it. of course, that is probably $100k of equipment there

    Mark WaddeyMark Waddey17 ditë më parë
  • The WOOD GUY channel had the same machine. He has a similar operation. Check him out.

    Karen FuquaKaren Fuqua17 ditë më parë
  • a nice way to spend 50,000$, a log split-er lol

    dreggonlivedreggonlive17 ditë më parë
  • i hope some of that oak goes to cooking some of my favorite Eastern NC whole hog barbecue.

    Noisy Bar In AvalonNoisy Bar In Avalon17 ditë më parë
  • I have watched dozens of these firewood processing videos over the years. And I don't even use firewood, lol. Just find it fascinating, especially when people make homemade versions. And some of the homemade ones are so dangerous that you have to laugh.

    ̇George H.̇George H.17 ditë më parë
  • good video

    ramtuff2007ramtuff200717 ditë më parë
  • this is a slow machine they should have a plate on top of the ram so while its being pushed out another round is being cut off it would double the output

    chrischris17 ditë më parë
    • Yepp! The machines I have used in Sweden have evolved a lot last decades. The Nordic countries and Italy makes some very good ones for professionals. No manhandling wood while splitting, more automation and self adjusting splitting grids. Much safer, quieter, faster and cleaner splitting. And most of them is electric powered.

      Uppsalahazze MarkstedtUppsalahazze Markstedt16 ditë më parë
  • That guy has done that about a million times! Love it, no waste! They make a cutter splitter that hooks to a skid steer that would work well on a lot like this. It picks up maybe 8' log from piles then pushes them to the end, cuts and then pushes through the splitter to be dropped anywhere.

    John PyleJohn Pyle17 ditë më parë
  • Good job alworld.info/u/video/kqO1tWdqh6WgidE

    a1technical pointa1technical point17 ditë më parë
  • That’s so cool, that’s a lot of firewood in that one trailer!

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers17 ditë më parë
  • Pretty neat! Thanks.

    John ApelJohn Apel17 ditë më parë
  • That dude make quick work of a stack of trees wouldnt it. I bet that damn thing was expensive too lol

    Vaughn HillVaughn Hill17 ditë më parë
  • Seemed like the wind was blowing a little bit

    12 MidThunder12 MidThunder17 ditë më parë
  • Wish I had a log spilter like that

    Kristy StaatsKristy Staats17 ditë më parë
  • That is awesome! Sure beat splinting with an axe.

    Woody WWoody W17 ditë më parë
  • There's a skid steer attachment that works just like this, if I had that I'd just be driving around making everything into firewood :)

    3SGE3SGE17 ditë më parë
  • Sure beats a splitting mall.

    David SmithDavid Smith17 ditë më parë
  • I WANT ONE!!!!!

    J W DickinsonJ W Dickinson17 ditë më parë
  • Good

    eno channel pc 200eno channel pc 20017 ditë më parë
  • I think I'll make like a tree and split.

    AmraphelofShinarAmraphelofShinar17 ditë më parë
  • I always wondered what you did with all that wood you were hauling off. Looks like a great time saver.

    Tmcn1899Tmcn189917 ditë më parë
  • I could watch that all day. When it comes to machines I'm easily amused.

    Len KutchmaLen Kutchma17 ditë më parë
    • I've run one . Its incredibly boring

      Chris DChris D8 ditë më parë
    • Len Kutchma same here man

      David KottDavid Kott9 ditë më parë
  • We love our sc15

    Jonathan HolbertJonathan Holbert17 ditë më parë
  • 👍👍😀🍁

    I Paddle My Own CanoeI Paddle My Own Canoe17 ditë më parë
  • He could run full time with all the trees you’ve been clearing Chris.

    Farmer BobFarmer Bob17 ditë më parë
  • That's a pretty cool setup he has how much for a cord of wood out your way. Here in Stockton California one goes for 150 to 200 but in San Francisco the same company is making 275 to 350 a cord delivers to the driveway about 500 if you want it stacked. Them are Pelosi people they can afford it

    Roamer 2uRoamer 2u17 ditë më parë
  • The best way to process fire wood

    Todd RobertsTodd Roberts17 ditë më parë
  • Start of the video. Osha approved. Or no bud! Doesn't matter. Which is the correct answer

    Edward NelsonEdward Nelson17 ditë më parë
    • I blame OSHA and the consumer products safety administration for the high levels of rampant stupidity and lack of common sense society faces today. Guess why. I admit, in many situations they have their use. But. If you need a label that tells you not to get in a running shower with any electrical device or if you have to have a label that tells you not to stick your hand under the deck of a running mower, or, you are incapable of mowing in reverse, maybe you do not need to reproduce. Just so all you safety sallies need to know, those labels are more for the protection of the manufacturer than for the consumer. That way when your dumb ass does something stupid they can say "we told you not to do that, see the label right there". Not trying to start an argument, just making you all aware that, just like your buddy when you smack shit outta yer fanger with that 26 oz Estwing framing hammer, they gonna laugh at you and say "did that hurt? Well I didn't feel a thing" LMAO

      GREGG GGREGG G16 ditë më parë
  • Very freaken nice .thanks again 18 for things I haven't seen.

    William DWilliam D17 ditë më parë
  • Nice setup! Thanks for sharing Chris

    Larry SLarry S17 ditë më parë
  • Love watching machinery in action! Wish I had on of those when I was a kid. One of my chores was splitting wood.

    The White SanatariumThe White Sanatarium17 ditë më parë
  • We would cut slit and deliver 400 cords a year with bow saws and hydraulic splitter , clearing housing developments and roads. When you split wood go with the direction of the tree not upside down like this guy.

    Michael DayMichael Day17 ditë më parë
  • That thing is slicker than cat poo on linoleum.

    J DJ D17 ditë më parë
  • Easy way to split wood. I have a friend who has one, he also has a tumbler to remove all the loose bark and small pieces.

    Headly LemarHeadly Lemar17 ditë më parë
  • That is the way to do it . Have you seen the processor that fits on the front of a skid steer ?

    Brooks PearceBrooks Pearce17 ditë më parë
  • Just wondering if that load was supposed to be a chord or not.

    Matt SprayberryMatt Sprayberry17 ditë më parë
    • It was really close to a cord depending on the trailer length...a cord of wood is 128sq.ft so it would take a 10ft long trailer stacked 2 ft tall and a little over 6 ft wide and it would be a cord and that trailer looked mighty close to that size!

      Aaron 1113Aaron 111317 ditë më parë
  • Nice video man. Have a good weekend.

    Brian PerryBrian Perry17 ditë më parë
  • I wish I had 3 semis load of fire wood

    Justin HenryJustin Henry17 ditë më parë
  • Sure beats swinging an axe, looks like the only things it wont do is stack it in ya shed or make you a cup of coffee. Digger driver must have been watching letsdig18 for driving skills. Cheers for posting bro.

    Ken AllenKen Allen17 ditë më parë
  • You should invest in one of them at the sawmill that you take your logs to cuz you both can make money

    Don BurgDon Burg17 ditë më parë
  • Watched a guy running a excavator at the plant that's expanding. Talk about pain to watch...

    Steve ChapmanSteve Chapman17 ditë më parë
  • this machine should be called the 101 ways to loose a finger

    dont Dueldont Duel17 ditë më parë
    • Why is that? You've obviously never operated a firewood processor such as this, or any other for that matter. Actually, it is apparent that you've never even been near one when it was being operated. If you watch the video, you will see him pulling levers. You will notice that nothing moves unless the operator pulls the lever controlling a particular function. This is one machine that if you are injured while operating it, it is completely your own fault. COMPLETELY.

      GREGG GGREGG G16 ditë më parë
  • Some time back I saw a similar machine processing wood into firewood wedges on the "That Chipper Guy" ALworld channel. The main difference in their operation to the one seen on this video is the wood for the splitter is separated from the other types at the harvesting site. A truck from the company harvesting the wood is dispatched to pick up the future firewood and transport it to the company yard for processing. The rest of the wood cut down is also segregated into types and sent to various companies (mainly logs and on site processed chips) for further processing into particle board, cardboard, and other uses.

    Right TurnerRight Turner17 ditë më parë
  • But things awesome I'd love to have that for my personal firewood splitter

    Hubert WhitlockHubert Whitlock17 ditë më parë
  • Wow what a back saver!!

    Kenny TolerKenny Toler17 ditë më parë
  • Nice Wood processing Machine. Very efficient and nice Video Chris 😀😀

    Marc WohlmayerMarc Wohlmayer17 ditë më parë
  • now that's a cool machine!

    bigtx77bigtx7717 ditë më parë
  • Very interesting and faster than with an ax and hand! :-)

    Gisela P.Gisela P.17 ditë më parë
  • Man I wish we would of had one of these set ups when I was a kid and having to do it by hand! Lol

    Rod LawrenceRod Lawrence17 ditë më parë
  • That's a beast of a machine. I'd like to get my hands on one for just a few hours 😂

    Jon's Daily HustleJon's Daily Hustle17 ditë më parë
    • Some places rent firewood processors. Worth calling and asking.

      Jay SchaferJay Schafer17 ditë më parë
  • I got a big wood burner and cut a lot of wood and split it. I built my Owen spliter out of the junk I had laying around . The only thing I bought was a 5.5 motor and hyd 2 stage pump. Think I got a total of about a little over 300 in it. That's a nice processer.

    Spydr 1Spydr 117 ditë më parë
  • Sure looks like a better way than a crosscut saw and a splitting ax.

    Cary ChurchillCary Churchill17 ditë më parë
  • Interesting

    H PhillipsH Phillips17 ditë më parë
  • i could stand and watch it all day. Almost meditating. First thought its all automated untill noticing the operator whos clearly confident not to have his hands chopped off. Experienced.

    Karl HeynsKarl Heyns17 ditë më parë
  • I’ve love to see this live, but this is the next best thing.

    Rusty NailRusty Nail17 ditë më parë
  • I never saw one of those. I didn't even know they existed. Cool😎

    Ray WilsonRay Wilson17 ditë më parë
    • @Jay Schafer That's a good idea. I hate to think what it cost to buy one

      Ray WilsonRay Wilson16 ditë më parë
    • Search for "firewood processor" for more videos. Once I get some land and some logs to burn I'll look into renting one of these for a weekend a year.

      Jay SchaferJay Schafer17 ditë më parë
  • That guy has a pretty good recycle stream. Cool machine and video. Enjoyed.

    Craig WavraCraig Wavra17 ditë më parë
  • Chris this thing will keep the Karen's from calling. 🤔😉😉😉 Go check Donn DYI , he built one using scrap parts. 🤔

    Michael McClureMichael McClure17 ditë më parë
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