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By Will Malloff

В книге описано несколько приспособлений для бензопилы, позволяющих разделать дерево на доски прямо на лесопилке, делать криволинейные резы, резы под углом. Технология очень хорошо иллюстрирована (картинки, к сожалению, черно-белые).Один только минус - книга на английском языке. Но в ней столько поясняющих картинок, что можно разобраться в технологии и без знания языка.

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Besides the winch, you'll need a remote throttle attachment for you r saw, winch buttons to hold the winching ropes and a winch yoke. I'll discuss each of these in turn. You can make a winch from parts that are readily available. I use a small boat-trailer winch as the base mechanism. You'll also need an electric hand drill, a hacksaw and a bench grinder. Make winch dogs (to attach the winch unit to the log) by tapering %-in. bolts. Hold each bolt in the chuck of the drill and, with the drill switched on, grind the taper with a bench grinder (2).

Thread (3) and mount the attachment (4) by screwing the bolt into the hole and locking it with a nut and washer. 94. 48 CHAPTER 5 The Winch Unit In addition to holding the throttle open when in a cut, the remote throttle attachment also can be used as a locking throttle when handmilling. Beca u se the operator doesn't have to hold the throttle open manually, the amount of vibration normally endured is reduced. To use the attachment as a locking throttle, open the eye on the free end of the surgical tubing to form a hook, then drill a small hole in the engine casting to accommodate the hook (5).

You can s ta r t w ith e ithe r a ri ght-hand or a left-hand c u tte r, as thi s sys te m a llows left and right cutters to be gro u nd one af te r ano the r. Bring down the sto ne a nd a dj us t th e pawl ba ck w a rd or fo rw a r d so th e top o f th e s to ne wi ll g r ind off th e en t ire a ngle d edge of th e c u tter-no m ore a nd no le ss. Th en lock the c u tter into po sition, pushing it up against th e pawl. Start th e gr inde r, a nd with a firm grip o n th e grin de r a r m, lower the s to ne gen t ly so th a t it sta rts to c u t (2).

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