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Determine Tree Felling Direction - Forestry - About.com
You need to first determine the felling direction of the tree you want to cut. That means fining a clear fall path and a safe escape route..
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How to Fell a Tree Using a Chainsaw - Forestry - About.com
I show you the step by step process on how cut down a tree using a chainsaw. Felling a tree with a chainsaw must combine safety with a plan how the tree ...
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Complete Your Tree Felling With a Final Back Cut
... and final cut and is the cut that drops the tree over the face cut. The back cut should produce a hinge that controls the direction and speed of the falling tree.
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Tips for Felling a Tree Using a Chainsaw Video
In this how-to video from About.com, learn important tips for felling a tree ... Decide on the direction that you want the tree to fall, taking into consideration, the  ...
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Creating a Notch or Face Cut - Making Your First Cut - Forestry
How to Fell a Tree Using a Chainsaw. By Steve Nix ... In most cases, This cut should face the direction in which the tree will be felled. In the above picture Tyson ...
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Top Cut and Bottom Cut - Parts of the Notch Cut - Forestry - About.com
How to Fell a Tree Using a Chainsaw. By Steve Nix ... in a V-shaped notch. The notch is made on the side of the tree facing the direction that you want it to fall.
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Escape The Falling Tree - Plan a Tree Felling Retreat - Forestry
The direction of safe retreat from a falling tree is at 45 degrees from the sides and back on either side of your cutting position. NEVER move away directly behind ...
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Limbing and Bucking - How to Cut a Tree into Logs - Forestry
Limbing is cutting branches off of felled or standing trees and should be ... The length of the logs is dependent on the species of the tree and type of final product . ... an address at Harvard University's commencement ceremonies June 5, 2008 -.
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The Face Cut Slice - Cutting Out a Notch to Create A Wedge - Forestry
"If your bottom comes up short of the top cut and the top cut is in the tree deeper that the bottom, you have a condition known as a Dutchman. It can be a mistake ...
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How To Fell a Tree - Forestry - About.com
Start the chainsaw on the ground with the chain brake on. Look at the tree to be felled and check for the direction it will naturally fall. Mentally prepare an escape  ...
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