Wahrheit-anstatt-Lügen: Perfect Tool to chop your Fingers off! No Way to get permission to sell this crap in Germany!
j6663000: 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
Justin Kady: Excellent work! I thought it was a production machine before I read the description.
Snarky FourSeven: First, lets doff the cap for a superb mechanical and hand crafted effort.Pee on the dribbling dorks and their criticisms.Good Stuff Kevin!! By the way turn to UT and find the "Spaltgerat" german hand held wonders. Compare the principle of them and yours. Each amazing :big results,small power, quick results. Sure beats hell out of many efforts that wind up in limbo.
lookinforwaves: Just saw this .. nice job !
mrwaterfighter1: Like the design, was it made by you? if so could you do a little explaining on how. Or where can I purchase one.
Jef Stelzner: cool
tony diaz: I like the safety goggles he had on.
Ravenheart: Very nice build. What's the approximate weight of your wheel and HP of your motor?
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Bill Wallace: After the hernia operation from lifting a 24 inch round, how do you think this thing would do with some real wood?
Ivana Notyers: I think the apathy knob was hard right
Scott Hullott: can you cut stone like this? pyramids!
moravaman: Hi, I was wondering what powers the wheel, this is an incredibly quiet set-up
rob robert: That.s fine for that type of wood , but what about real stringy wood like elm ,locust ,hickory. Do you have to then switch to hydraulic ?
Tony Beeler: what kind of heavy wheel is that and where can I get one???? that's one clean built piece of equipment
Pleasant Lake Pirate: You'd never split my wood with that rig bud