Sunday, January 03, 2010

Milling Nicasio Valley, The Video …

NO SOUND?  Yes this is tekkie, please click HQ  button ( image ) on the Video Player after playing, for high definition TV.  Note, Video starts 36 seconds into clip for now.

This is the footage from an earlier post made more or less exactly a year ago …

Sorry it took a while, at last, after a long while of fiddling with an old video format*, I’m able to get the footage up from Julie and Steve, I mixed it up to give the basic sequencing when Milling a Tree, in this case a black locust, an extremely strong lumber choice for sawn/grown frames. 

* AVI v1 ( file format no longer, supported by Adobe Premier Elements ( Really nice product btw, well worth the $79  ) Was able to convert it to a MPEG-4 with videoX so please … excuse the watermark in the video … Alaskan milling is fun!  … dusty + loud … tho’ so take a good facemask and noise protection … and above all keep your wits about you, Awareness is Key!  Alaskan Chainsaw Milling is potentially Dangerous Or Lethal do not attempt without extensive preparation and education.   Always operate mill with a remote throttle and rope pulling system in the event of the saw chain breaking and wound operator(s)

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