connor barr: Kevin could you possibly supply a pic or drawing of the wedge design your using it seems really efficient
Nightfire0409: I would like to see this machine split some Australian hardwood !
riphaven: Like a boss
Ian Manley: SICK!!!!!!!!!!
lt1jon: that's bad ass
Jay Phillips: Always like watching how a small amount of power added to mass/weight and some inertia can produce so much work. I'm betting that small electric doesn't eat a half dollar's worth of juice every day. Couldn't split by hand and eat for that!
Tim Henry: pine? Lol.
Wesley Jackson: nice build, I have only one suggestion for you and you may of already incorporated it, I'm not sure as the video ended before I could tell, but anyways, my suggestion: add hinges to the off-cut tables to lift/throw the work to earth instead of picking each one up and stacking of course, if you don't have a pile and stack all cut pieces then disregard. again, nice build..very clean. take care
Cascapediastjules: Like to see him tackle a piece of stringy yellow birch with that
strapped9: thank goodness youve used a heavy flywheel and split logs lying down. i think youll keep all your fingers. i have seen light flywheel splitters that need speed to split and they place the log vertically.
Snarky FourSeven: Dave R. How could you be so right? You betcha!
dan gerous: Impressive... doesn't look osha approved to me : )
Patrick Wolbert: where can i find a wheel like that
David R: Very nice machine, great workmanship. As for the safety patrol down below - my advice: if you can't handle machines [safely], stay outta the woods. I like the idea of having it waist height (saves on the back pains); electric(saves on the ears), you can use a generator with extension cord if needed. I'd love to build a twin, with an few modification. Maybe adding steel rollers on both side of the log tray to easily feed logs to the operator and to easily send split logs to a nearby wagon. Keep up the great work....sharing knowledge is growing the [surviving] forces. Thanks.
Michael Schuler: Sweet I love it
Wahrheit-anstatt-Lügen: Perfect Tool to chop your Fingers off! No Way to get permission to sell this crap in Germany!
Burial: Looks like it works very well for certain types of wood, I'd imagine you'd have a lot of difficulty splitting the more fibrous varieties.
Terry Pullen: Sweet. Where did you get the wheel?
Epic Paper: Looks very tame. The way it should be. Well done