Heck Fricker: It's a slide hammer log splitter. Easy to make your own. You can buy an original Wikco Super Spear Log Splitter. I have one. It works well but it is absolutely ear peircing to use! It scare all the birds away. I like my Fiskar splitting Axe
tomszym: Ultra simply, smart and safe thing
Dogsfriend73: great idea and great video. only shouldn't be done over a stone surface... it will soon dull the wedge point.
thewolfsshinigami: FANTASTIC!!!!!!!!!! IS AWESOME DUDE THANKS FOR POSTING , can you make a tutorial video for make this awesome tool??? PLEASE!!!!!
angejel: Weight: 5.2 kg
Length min./max: 95/160 cm
But if you're higher than 165 cm can increase the length of the instrument.
angejel: Yes I tried it with a higher weight of the larger pipe, but the result is not better but ,the weight of the instrument is increased without any effect!
js12347777: good job thanks for posting. Did you add weight to the larger pipe?
Tecnobingo: The weight of the tool?
sixthcanman: better to wear a industrial shoes. it could be dangerous if split lots of logs.
SirLobsterman: @angejel also, is it still working?
SirLobsterman: @angejel I meant a wedge point bar when saying "pinch bar", looks a lot like one. how'd you make the blade? grind down the piece of truck spring and just tack it on with a basic welder? yeah, I suspected it was like a slide hammer rig, big slides over small :D
angejel: @flamedrag18 The blade is a piece of spring steel (Leaf Spring for heavy trucks), welded to the pipe with the basic electrode .... pinch bar is also a tube
Whole device made of two pipes. Large tube slides over the smaller.
SirLobsterman: I know you used a pipe for the outer part, but what about the blade? a pinch bar?